Today’s podcast media mavens are breaking ground and are proudly Latinx/WOC ran and/or owned. These Latinx podcasts bring us smart dialogue about the very topics that are our reality and in the process, validate our experiences.  From reclaiming our health to the startup challenges of Latinx founders, you will find it within this list! Now, for our Spanish-dominant or bilingual Latinx, we included a podcast para mujeres strictly en español. Either way these podcasts represent a diversity of topics and Latinx, we hope you have great takeaways from.

So why have podcasts become a popular medium for Latinx/WOC? A Colombian Journal Review article, ‘Why are #PodcastsSoWhite?‘ points to the obvious disparity of the ‘brown perspective’ in the podcast space and if you were to review ‘top podcast’ listings, that disparity does show. Podcasts have become an important outlet for our voices and perspectives despite obstacles and barriers to entry. As more and more listeners are and become non-white, the podcast space will start to rep the majority-minority. So in the meantime, we should continue to support Latinx/POC owned and operated media platforms – and that includes podcasts like these:

Las Doctoras

Bringing you conversations about race, gender, sexuality, reproductive justice and so much more. The latest ep. available on iTunes.

Love listening to these two amazing teachers

Ellas Ahora (in Spanish)

Historias de mujeres auténticas abriendo caminos y rompiendo paradigmas en temas de Cultura, Deporte, Impacto Social y Negocios.

Authentic women’s journeys opening paths and changing paradigms in culture, social impact and business. Of course, it reads and sounds better in español. Available on Spotify, GooglePlay and Apple iTunes.

We Come From Queens

A biweekly millennial lifestyle podcast hosted by long time friends Cadacia & Monique. Their show covers a variety of topics such as adulthood, dating, wellness & Queendom things. Although the show ended 12/2018 – you can still have a listen!

Basic Brown Nerds

A podcast changing the narrative on being a brown millennial in the USA, sparking conversations one episode at a time.

LatinxAmerica

Latinx PodcastsLatinxAmerica is focused on highlighting catalysts that are using, leveraging, creating or investing in technology that can positively impact the Latinx community. Experts cover topics ranging from education, health, diversity, and civic engagement to financial stability/wealth creation. Hosted by Adriana Flores-Rigade

Latino Founder Hour

Based out of Portland, Oregon Edgar Navas, founder of Cliqa and co-host Claudia Cardenas interview Latino startup/technology founders from across the U.S. and Americas and explore insights and personal stories of success and failure. The show airs live on Startup Radio Network every Friday, but recorded versions available podcast style across all platforms.

Bag Ladiez  

2 Bronx Dominicans, lawyers-in-the-making, Lina and Estephanie are Afro-Latinas “just tryna be better and make you better too, join us as they try to get rid of our baggage cuz deadass that stuff is heavy af,” as stated on their bio! Entertaining, f*ckin real – give them a listen and donate to keep them going strong!

LitLatinas

A podcast led by two Latinas, connecting research to real life to roots. We aim to cultivate courageous conversations that enact change for our community.

Updated as of 4/12

Self-ish Latina

We love Denise Soler Cox, founder of Project Enye and we had the opportunity to interview this ‘BoldLatina’ a while back. Denise’s ‘The Self-ish Latina Podcast’ is about Latinas unapologetically putting ourselves first despite the cultural and mainstream conditioning. From her segment with Gary Vaynerchuk, a brief but heavy moment ‘about our mothers’ to being not ‘American’ enough. Denise’s provocative dialogues are what we need to hear to heal and get next level! Available on Apple iTunes Podcasts.

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