Latine Podcasts We're Never Getting Tired Of

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Podcast listening is at an all-time high, now more than ever, everyone’s looking to find the perfect podcast to take their morning walk or just to enjoy while running errands and tons of people are getting excited to start their own podcasts. So here’s our recommendations for some of our favorite Latina podcast shows for you to listen to or get inspired by! From getting right with your mind and money to stay in the know about politics and pop culture, this list has it all.

How to Talk to [Mami & Papi] about Anything

Juleyka Lantigua brings us this gem centered around those difficult topics you just can’t seem to figure out how to address with Latino parents. Every episode, Lantigua brings on an adult child of immigrants and advises on how they can have hard conversations with mami and papi. From a parent who voted for Trump to coming out, this show is a great go-to when considering how to invoke meaningful, constructive conversations with your parents about taboo subjects.

Where to listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher

Jevas Combativas

Three badass mujeres bring us Jevas Combativas: the only Spanish-language radio show in the US focused on culture, feminism, and social justice. Hosts Kirizia Lopez Arce, Stephanie Loraine, and Adriana Jimenez all discuss relevant social and political issues from the perspective of the Latine community with nuanced, educated opinions to help you form your own.

Where to listen: Spotify | iHeartRadio

Locatora Radio [A Radiophonic Novela]

Looking for an independent listen? Mala Munoz and Diosa Femme host Locatora Radio, an LA-based podcast focused on pop culture, feminism, sexual wellness, and more. Featuring interviews with actresses like Jackie Cruz and streaming live shows, there are many recognizable names on this show that are guaranteed to keep you listening. (We love the commentary too!)

Where to listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | SoundCloud

Latina to Latina

You might recognize her from MSNBC, her book “The Likeability Trap'', or being a powerhouse Latina in media, but one of our faves Alicia Menendez leads this acclaimed podcast covering everything from career-driven guerreras to the political power of the Latina vote. Latina to Latina serves as your end all be all to interviews with inspiring Latinas, career advice, mental wellness, and much more.

Where to listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher

Yo Quiero Dinero: Personal Finance For the Modern Latina

‎Yo Quiero Dinero: Personal Finance For Latinas on Apple Podcasts

Money is complicated. Or is it? Yo Quiero Dinero, a podcast hosted by Latina entrepreneur and coach Jannese Torres-Rodriguez, guides you through everything having to do with it! Featuring the historical context behind the Latine community’s relationship with money, the path to building wealth, and interviews with experts from all sides of the industry. Learn how to get your dinero in check with this show.

Where to listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher

Tamarindo Podcast

Looking for the ultimate landing spot for everything political, pop culture, and everything in between from a Latine perspective? Stop searching and tune in to the Tamarindo Podcast! Hosts Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino cover everything in this show sin pelos en la lengua!

Where to listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher

Mamas Con Ganas Podcast

Focused on building more resilience in terms of mental health? Looking for some serious inspo on how to get shit done? Valentina Izarra’s Mamas Con Ganas walks you through the journey to self-love, self-care, and building your confidence in this show! Bilingual in format, the Izzaras have a lot to teach us.

Where to listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify

a Latina woman skillfully juggling the demands of family and work life.

Despite Latinas in the U.S. leading the charge as the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in 2023 and despite the rise of Bachelor’s Degree attainment among them, Latinas continue to feel the pressure of gender role expectations often imposed within Latino culture. A recent Pew Research Center study has shed light on just how much pressure Latinas in America are under.

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