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Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. Let's get real, queer, talk about religion, our upbringings, and all the things that make us who we are. Who are we beyond labels and representation in media and politics? Please join me while I get to know people's stories of resilience, passion, and perseverance despite all odds. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectIf you like what you hear, be sure to leave a review and subscribe to keep up with the latest episodes available wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to the season 2 finale of  the Latinx Identity Project.This is a podcast where we share stories for us and by us.I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes.Today’s guest Cindy Rangel, CEO and Founder of Ella Pocketbook, a sustainable travel handbag company creating optimal travel pieces for today's global woman. Ella Pocketbook's mission is to create highly functional pieces to expand her travel experiences in the most authentic fashion. Cindy is also the founder of Women of Colour in Travel, a community of women travelers who travel the globe on their terms. Check out the show notes to access more of Cindy’s services including her sustainable packing list, preview her handbag, and be on the lookout for Cindy’s kickstarter campaign.If you like what you hear, be sure to leave a review, share, and follow me on Instagram at @thelatinxidentityprojectWant to be on the show? Send me an email to latinxidentityproject@gmail.comThanks and enjoy the show.Learn more about our guest here:Ella Pocketbook on Instagram @ellapocketbookElla Pocketbook webpage: https://ellapocketbook.com/Sign up for Cindy's sustainable packing list: https://www.subscribepage.com/sustainabletravelpackinglistLike the music and log? You do?? Follow the artist behind the magic @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to the Latinx Identity ProjectThis is a podcast where we tell stories for us and by usI am your host, Elsa Iris ReyesToday’s guest is Dr. Danitza BorgesDr. Danitza Borges holds a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality.  As a Clinical Sexologist she works with a wide variety of individuals providing counseling on relationships, trauma, sexual abuse and assault, and gender identity.   Dr. Borges’ approach to counseling involves engaging with her clients to develop the necessary skills to build healthy relationships through self-discovery and couple collaboration, teaching strategies to reduce anxieties and triggers created by trauma, guiding clients toward personal healing, and navigating the complexities of gender identification, acceptance, and transitioning. She recently completed her memoir, Left Vulnerable, describing her own experiences with childhood incest.  Dr. Borges has spoken at sexual awareness events as well as on high school and college campuses.Today’s episode is special. I want to pause here in case you are not ready to hear this conversation or are uncomfortable with the topic of childhood rape and incest, in which case, please skip this episode. Our conversation today is meant to raise awareness and encourage others to speak up. My hope as someone who was sexually abused as a child is that no one else will have to go through the silent pain I endured. We tend to keep these things hidden out of shame, fear, or pressure to seem functional. I truly believe that opening up dialogue can help us understand the causes for abuse and ways to prevent it. In part of the episode We will discuss forgiveness and the complex relationships we have with our abusers. You may not agree with everything said and that is ok. We all have different experiences and perspectives on this issue.I want to thank Danitza for reaching out. Danitza, you are an inspiration. Thanks and enjoy the show.Check out the F Word Project on Instagram @fwordprojectPurchase Left Vulnerable on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Left-Vulnerable-Danitza-Borges/dp/1978114710If you liked this episode, please share it! Also subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and follow me on Instagram to keep up with the latest news @thelatinxidentityprojectMusic and artwork by @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us, by us.I am your host, Elsa Iris ReyesToday’s guest is Kayla Nedza.Kayla is a certified international health coach and holistic nutritionist. Kayla is dedicated to helping women of color prioritize their mind, body, and soul through her media company, wellness Glow Up Media.Kayla is the host of “The Wellness Glow Up Podcast” and the author of the novel, “Things I could never thank you for”Today we get to talk about the mother wound and ways to recognize you might have one and heal from it.Thanks for listening and enjoy the show.ABOUT WELLNESS GLOW UP MEDIAThe Wellness Glow Up Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wellness-glow-up-podcast/id1448138080Wellness Glow Up Media: https://wellnessglowup.com/And about her book: https://wellnessglowup.com/bookInstagram @wellnessglowupmediaFollow Kayla on Twitter and Instagram @kaylanedzaFacebook: Facebook.com/KaylanedzawellnessFounded in 2019, Wellness Glow Up Media provides a safe space for women of color to connect, grow, and uncover the highest version of themselves. Our mission is to provide the tools and resources for women of color to cultivate self growth, community, strength, and an interconnected viewpoint of holistic wellness as an individual. We envision a world where women of color heal through mindful self discovery and consciously celebrate our presence in this world.Follow me on Instagram!! @thelatinxidentityprojectWant to be on the show? email me with your idea latinxidentityproject@gmail.comMy brother, Emmanuel Reyes, did the art and music for the show. Follow him too @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us, by us.I am your host, Elsa Iris ReyesToday’s guest is Fernanda Kelly, the Emmy winning host of the show Lanzate on Univision, actress, and founder of the clothing brand NYTAQ.NYTAQ has previously been featured on Despierta América, Grow with Google, Insightful Babes podcast, and SD Voyager magazine. Our conversation today will dive into the importance of not settling for less and showing up for each other’s successes. Fernanda is a testament to the importance of staying true to ourselves and staying focused on our ultimate goals.As always, if you like what you hear - leave a review and share the episode with your friends. Also follow me on instagram @thelatinxidentityproject.NYTAQ online store: https://nytaq.com/Follow Fernanda on Instagram @fernandakellyyyMusic and artwork @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. This is a podcast where we tell stories for us, by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes.Today’s guest is JL Torres, an author and professor of literature and creative writing in New York.JL was born in Puerto Rico and grew up in the South Bronx. His writing focuses on the Puerto Rican diaspora: living in “in-betweeness“In today’s episode we will discuss his latest book, Migrations, which features short stories about characters estranged from their loved ones, family, culture, and collective history. It is the inaugural winner of the Tomás Rivera Prize from the L.A. Review of Books, available July 1.I personally enjoyed this book very much and strongly recommend you also read it.As always, if you like what you hear - leave a review and share the episode with your friends. Also follow me on instagram @thelatinxidentityprojectLinks to learn more about J.L. Torres:Get your copy of Migrations today: https://jltorreswriter.com/book-table-j-l-torres-books/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RicanWriter/Twitter: @Rican_WriterMusic and logo by Emmanuel Reyes. Follow him on Instagram @riesgomaloWant to be on the show? Email me at latinxidentityproject@gmail.com or message me on Instagram @thelatinxidentityprojectSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project, a Podcastwhere we share stories as told by us, for us.I am your host, Elsa Iris ReyesWe have a special guest today: His name is Manny Padilla Jr, the author of the novel, “Coconut”Manny is here to share about his experiences growing up in the 60’s during a time in American history when Mexican-Americans were caught between two worlds, not as recent immigrants, but those who have been here for generations and assimilated to become upstanding and model Americans.His generation is the non Spanish speaking generation, or “Coconuts” as they were referred to. Today we get a rare but important glimpse into a part of Latinx culture that has gone untold but no longer forgotten. Trigger warning - there will be use of ethnic slurs. While these words are painful to hear and say, they serve an integral role in telling Manny’s story.Thanks and enjoy the showManny's book: https://www.amazon.com/Coconut-Brown-Outside-White-Inside-ebook/dp/B08P89NHK1Learn more about Manny here: https://manuelpadillajr.com/Music and logo by @riesgomaloFollow me on Instagram @thelatinxidentityprojectSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity ProjectI am your host, Elsa Iris ReyesToday’s episode is an encouragement to seek peace and reflection despite our busy sometimes chaotic day to day lives. Time does not stand still for us to grieve, analyze, or think through our feelings so we need to make time for us.Our guest is Fernando Romulo, a psychotherapist based in Cicero, IL. Please join me as I learn about Fernando’s powerful journey and perspective. If you like what you hear - be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to this show. Follow me on Instagram @thelatinxidentityproject.Reading and Resources Recommendations:Sacred roots Community - Instagram @sacredrootscommunityThe Story of the Quran: Its History and Place in Muslim Life - https://www.amazon.com/Story-Quran-History-Place-Muslim/dp/0470673494/ref=sr_1_2?crid=651HPXUO3I0V&dchild=1&keywords=the+story+of+the+quran&qid=1618779423&s=books&sprefix=The+story+of+the+Quran%2Cstripbooks%2C173&sr=1-2Prison Culture: How the PIC Structures Our World: http://www.usprisonculture.com/blog/Music and artwork by @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project.I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes.Today we have our first international guest, Angelica Belarte Silva. Angelica lives in Spain. Her mother is from Venezuela and her father is Spanish. Angelica is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Valencia. Today we get to hear about her research, journey to find her identity, and what she hopes to accomplish.Angelica’s optimism and positivity reminds me of why I first started this podcast. Our identities are complex and everyone’s journey to discover it is different. In the end only we can define who we are and the best we can do for each other is to be supportive and welcoming.If you like what you hear - be sure to rate, review and subscribe to this podcast. Also follow me on Instagram and Facebook. I am @thelatinxidentityprojectThanks and enjoy the showFollow Angelica @angybelarteMusic and logo by Emmanuel Reyes. Follow him @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes.Today’s guest is Jacqui Rêgo, a New York City based, Brazilian-American actor, playwright, essayist, and most recently the author the children’s book, Brazilian Nursery Rhymes.Jacqui has shared some of her experience and perspective as Brazilian American in the Latinx community.  Brazilians are often underrepresented in the media and left out of the discussion around culture, race, and ethnic belonging within Latinidad. Join me as we unpack the complexities around identity and belonging.Check more of her writing here:Follow Jacqui on Instagram @jacquiregoGet 5% off her book, Brazilian Nursery Rhymes, using the code AllBabesDeserveToSamba when you checkout at www.calisbooks.com/products/brazilRead essays and poems by Jacqui in the Immigrant Report herePlay Baby Hubris A Magical Realism Call to Arms www.babyhubris.comCheck out Jacqui's acting reels hereLearn more about Brazilian Nursery Rhymes:History of Tico Tico no Fubá by Zequinha de Abreu - https://www.allmusic.com/artist/zequinha-de-abreu-mn0000599013Davi Viera (David Byrne's, American Utopia national tour) who is the main musician in Brazilian Nursery Rhymes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-8-AvZ8RME&ab_channel=MeetJoeTVIn this episode Jacqui also teaches us about some differences between Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. For fun, check this out!Portuguese vs Spanish by Joanna Hausmannhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVkjzApH-OU&ab_channel=JoannaHausmann To a Spanish speaker, Brazilian Portuguese can sound like "Spanish played backwards"...but then add in lots of extra sounds!Support the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes.Today’s guest is Jose Miguel Longo, born and raised in Queens, New York and proud Dominican American. Jose Miguel is a gay 36 year old millennial, loving husband and father, son, brother, uncle, and friend. Jose Miguel has spent the last ten years of his career coaching students and alumni from all different backgrounds in their life and career at a variety of colleges and universities. He's always had a passion for life coaching and blending the career coaching into the work.  I can't wait for you to learn more about Jose Miguel's journey in his professional career to get to where he is today.Please check out his podcast called Coaching for Millennials where people from all walks of life can come together to learn, grow, and transform. If you feel inspired after listening to this episode and want to learn more about Jose Miguel’s coaching, check out the following places:Instagram: @josemiguellongoApple Podcasts: Coaching for Millennials: Career | Life | LinkedIn Work with Jose Miguel hereAs always, if you like what you hear, please be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast. Also check me out on Instagram I am @thelatinxidentityproject and on Facebook The Latinx Identity ProjectThanks and enjoy the showMusic and artwork by @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the latinx identity project. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes.Today’s guest is Alicia Beatrice - an Austin based Author, Social Worker, creative entrepreneur and founder of Black Family Business. This episode is about Alicia’s journey demonstrating resilience through significant loss and business challenges. Alicia is a badass woman with an inspiring story to tell. Follow Alicia at:Instagram @iamaliciabeatrice and @blackfamilybizFacebook Alicia BeatriceFeatured in Shoutout HTX: https://shoutouthtx.com/meet-alicia-beatrice-soulful-artist-author-creative-entrepreneur/Websites:  www.iamaliciabeatrice.com and  www.blackfamilybusiness.comAuthor of From Exiles to Embrace: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=from+exile+to+embrace+alicia+buchanan&ref=nb_sb_noss Author of Crazy Confessions: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=crazy+confessions+alicia+buchanan&ref=nb_sb_nossIf you like what you hear, please leave a review and subscribe. Also follow me on Instagram and Facebook @ thelatinxidentityproject to keep up with the latest show updates. I apologize ahead of time - one of my pups decided he needed attention in the middle of recording so if you hear some barking and funny sounds, that is Lucas saying hi.Thanks for being here and enjoy the showMusic and logo by: Emmanuel Reyes, follow him at @trueloathingSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project.Today’s guest is Ender Martos, a Venezuelan born and Austin based award winning artist. Ender most recently won the 2019 Emma S. Barriento Mexican American Cultural Center Award of Excellence. As part of his award Ender was granted an opportunity to showcase his art at the cultural center. However, due to the pandemic, the presentation of his artwork to the public had to be done in a creative way. In this episode we will learn about Ender’s journey as an artist and immigrant, the inspiration behind his art, and how he overcame the challenge of showcasing his work during a pandemic.You can now check out Ender’s work by visiting his website: https://www.veintiuno.art/ .You can also check out some of the exhibition in person while it is available through March 2021 in front of the Mexican American Cultural Center in Austin, TX.Follow Ender on Instagram @endermartosCheck out Ender's website at www.endermartos.comIf you like what you hear, be sure to rate, review and subscribe to the show. Also follow me on Instagram and Facebook to keep up with the latest updates. Thanks and enjoy the showSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.Today’s guest is Mike Padernal - who is a long time friend of mine and an all around lovely person. We have the pleasure of hearing Mike’s story and learn about one of the most prominent and unfortunately lesser known figures during the famous Delano Grape Strike in the US - Larry Itliong.To learn more about Larry Itliong and the farmworkers movement for fair wages and humane conditions, check out the following:Documentary by PBS: Delano Manongs. Watch it hereBook titled: Larry Itliong Leads the Way for Farmworkers' Rights (Taking a Stand), by Rose ZilkaArticle by Ashley Wong of the Sacramento Bee, "How California's history was shaped by Larry Itliong and other Filipino Americans". Read it hereFollow Mike on Instagram here @coolhairmikeIf you like what you hear, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcast. You can also keep up with the latest episode updates by following the me on Instagram @thelatinxidentityproject and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectMusic and artwork by Emmanuel Reyes. Follow them on Instagram  @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.I’m your host, Elsa Iris ReyesToday’s episode guest is Andrea Calderon, the founder of Artesanias Insitu - a collective of artisans from several indigenous communities across MexicoIN SITU BELIEVES INSUPPORTING ARTISANS DIRECTLYFAIR PRICESJUST PAY FOR CREATIVESINCLUSIVITY ELEVATING BIPOC AND ALL PEOPLEPRESERVING ANCIENT CUSTOMSFIGHTING PLAGIARISMLEARNING FROM ONE ANOTHERAndrea is an all around lovely person with a big heart and mission to uplift others. Please check her out on instagram found here: @in.situ.artisan.collectiveand her website found here: https://www.artesaniasinsitu.net/As always, if you like what you hear on the show - please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Also follow me on Instagram @thelatinxidentityproject to keep up with the latest show updatesThanks and enjoy the show!Music and logo by: Emmanuel Reyes, follow him at @trueloathingFinally - if you would like to donate to relief efforts after the Texas weather crisis, please check out my fundraiser here: https://www.latinxidentityproject.com/donateSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to the first episode of season 2 of the Latinx Identity Project. I am your host, Elsa Iris ReyesWe are going to kick off the season with our guest, David Davila - who is an actor, playwright, comedian, and podcaster. If he sounds familiar, it is because he was also in season 1, episode 6 called "Unpacking the complicated history of mestizaje with David Davila".The next complicated topic we are going to try to unpack is representation in the media.Follow David on Instagram @davidodavila, check out his official website here, and listen to his podcast, Defending Your Diva on Apple Podcasts.If you like what you hear, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcast. You can also keep up with the latest episode updates by following the me on Instagram @thelatinxidentityproject and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectMusic and artwork by Emmanuel Reyes. Follow them on Instagram  @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.My name is Elsa Iris Reyes, the host and creator of the show and I am so excited announce the second season will be launching this Spring 2021This season is jam packed with more awesome guests here to talk about all things that make them who they are - Let’s unpack our latinidad and go beyond to uplift each other’s stories of resilience, ambition, and love for our communities.If you are as excited as I am, be sure to subscribe so you do not miss a thing! Follow me on instagram @thelatinxidentityproject and of course, leave me a review and rate the show to help me grow and develop the content you want.Music and artwork by Emmanuel Reyes. Follow them @riesgomaloSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.Have you ever had a Michelada? If so, how fresh was it? Today's guests started Big Mich, a freshly squeezed and pressed Michelada mix company based in Chicago. Javi and Nathalie sought out to disrupt the mixed drink space and bring new life and flavors to the world of Micheladas. We will learn about what it takes to start a business, the struggles, and the successes that come from this journey.Be sure to check out Big Mich on social media at @bigmichchicagoBe sure to leave a review and follow me on Facebook and Instagram @thelatinxidentityprojectYou like the logo? Good because my brother did it. Follow him @weathertenkoAnd of course, today's music is brought to you by Quinto ImperioMusic by KetsaSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.With us today are 3 band members from the musical group Quinto Imperio. The band is based in the Back of the Yards neighborhood of Chicago. Their music blends Cumbia and alternative beats to create a unique sound. Their activism centers around promoting immigration reform and supporting undocumented students.Today's episode will focus on the song Nostalgia which chronicles our guests' journey back to Mexico after many years since immigrating to the United States. Watch the music video for this song here: https://youtu.be/xHdU3X8zZcAOur guests are:Adrianna - singer and community organizerQuintiliano (Kin-T) - MC, keyboardist, and non profit professionalEdy - singer, songwriter, and the band's cofounderLearn more about the band here: https://www.qimusica.com/ and also check them out on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5Qrvxc6AIhVmNku1nwUwGYFinally, if you are interested in donating to the Dreamers and Allies Scholarship fund, check out https://www.facebook.com/DreamersAndAlliesRun/Your contribution directly supports undocumented students in the Back of the Yards neighborhood of Chicago.Be sure to leave a review and follow me on Facebook and Instagram @thelatinxidentityprojectYou like the logo? Good because my brother did it. Follow him @weathertenkoAnd of course, today's music is brought to you by Quinto ImperioSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.In this episode we will sit down with Disha Chandiramani and Tiffany Javier, two immigration lawyers based in New York City and founders and partners of Javier & Chandiramani Law Firm.  The topic of this episode is incredibly difficult and frustrating but must be understood and discussed in the context of the immigration debate that rages on in the U.S.  Our immigration system in the  is difficult to navigate, mostly in English, and all around unforgiving. This episode covers the DACA SCOTUS decision that was released in June 2020, the process of deportations, and the ways that undocumented immigrants are targeted by fraudulent services. We will also touch on the divide on the immigration debate that exists within the immigrant and Latinx community. That’s right everyone, we all have that relative or parents that are resentful or hateful towards undocumented immigrants or current asylum seekers for one reason or another. If you want to learn more about the work that Disha and Tiffany do, check them out at http://www.jclawfirm.com/ or follow them on Instagram at @jcimmigrationBe sure to leave a review and follow me on Facebook and Instagram @thelatinxidentityprojectYou like the logo? Good because my brother did it. Follow him @weathertenkoMusic by Ketsa.Support the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us.In this episode we attempt to unpack and unravel the complicated history of Mestizaje. Where did this word and concept come from and how is it still relevant today? Who are we in the context of these concepts? We will talk about everything from the casta system the Spaniards imposed on to what is now Mexico, to Juan Diego, and of course tap into the legacy of Selena because this Texas based podcast would not be complete without a shout out to la Reyna Del Tex Mex.  This episode will be a bit longer but worth the listen.  My guest today is David Davila, a self proclaimed raunchy and campy queen from South Texas. Dave is an incredible writer with a background in theater that has delved into these topics before as seen in his plays and writings.  He is the writer of @animalhusbandryplay, @aztecpiratesplay, @manuelvsstatue and the host of  @defendingdivas podcast. You can find more of his works here: https://linktr.ee/davidodavilaDisclaimer!! We are not experts in this field. There are so many other resources out there by academics, activists, and writers that can provide additional perspective and guidance. I recommend checking out the following podcasts: Decolonize Everything, Bitter Brown Femmes, and Radio Cachibomba. Check out the Instagram pages called Migrant Scribble by Alan Pelaez Lopez and the page called Earth Daughters. Finally check out the book, María Elena Martínez's Genealogical Fictions.If you have other resources to share, please send them my way. I am on Instagram and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectYou like the logo? Good because my brother did it. Follow him @weathertenkoIntro music by Ketsa and Outro by Lobo LocoSupport the show (https://paypal.me/latinxidentity?locale.x=en_US)
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