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Welcome to the first episode of Tamarindo on Luz Collective! Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda González and Ana Sheila Victorino, and edited by Michelle Andrade.


This episode is all about reflections on love and relationships especially in the time of Covid. Brenda is sitting this one out and passing the mic to Kim Guerra, the talent behind Brown Badass Bonita, a brand and movement set on empowering mujeres to give themselves wings. Kim is guest hosting with Ana Sheila and they discuss “all about love” a powerful book on love by American author, professor, feminist, and social activist bell hooks. Kim and Ana Sheila also react and reflect to listeners’ own submissions on love and relationships.


Kim Guerra is an artist, writer, and entrepreneur. She is the creator of Brown Badass Bonita, a brand and movement she considers a revolutionary act of self love and love for our Latinx community. She creates apparel that celebrates our culture and empowers mujeres. She also writes pieces and creates art that celebrate and explore the complexities of being a Latinx, mujer, PoC, survivor, and guerrera. She was recently recognized as an “Agente de Cambio” at Univision’s #premiosjuventud and is pursuing her masters in marriage and family therapy.

Stay close to luzcollective.com to catch future episodes of Tamarindo podcast. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, representation, and life!

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