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A homegurl podcast, centering Indigenous, WOC, QTPOC and POC voices and experiences of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and Saint Paul), Minnesota with host: Luz Lucia Instagram: @mu_xer Email: email@example.com
Jun 6, 2019
Episode 17: Take care, Muxer
Luz and Vivi share their experiences with navigating polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and oral contraceptives. TW: discussion surrounding clinic/hospital experiences and anxiety/panic attacks.
Jun 4, 2019
Episode 16: Sisters-N-Technology
We celebrated International Women's Day by highlighting the LLC Sisters-N-Technology with CEO, Thomas Waltower. Sisters-N-Technology is an after school program that encourages young women of color into STEM. Website: http://sisters-n-technology.com/ Facebook: Sisters-N-Technology You can also find our LIVE show on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/kfaifmradio/sisters-n-technology-iwd-2019
Feb 4, 2019
Episode 15: Mira Mi Corazón
Supporting educational dreams with Mira Mi Corazón! Mira Mi Corazón 8th Annual Art Exhibit and Fundraiser is taking place at El Colegio High School on Friday February 8th. Vivi sits down with Lisa Sass Zaragoza, one of the organizers of the event, to break down the details of this art auction, and to share how this event is supporting the educational aspirations of students of color at El Colegio High School and the Department of Chicano and Latino Studies at the University of Minnesota. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umncls/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elcolegio.org/ Twitter: @umn_clstud Check out the event info here: https://bit.ly/2t0N5Tq
Dec 20, 2018
Episode 14: Personality Puzzle
We put our personalities to the test! Luz, Vivi and Fue dive deep into how being and introvert or extrovert has impacted their life, relationships and work style. It’s almost the end of the year, so we’re sharing with you our 2018 reflections.
Nov 13, 2018
Episode 13: WOC Stay Winning
In this episode, Muxer is introducing their newest guest co-host, Viví! Viví and Luz discuss the victories of WOC in this midterm elections and the importance of staying involved for further elections. Go muxeres, go!
Oct 22, 2018
Episode 12: Healing through Art and Spirituality
A conversation with Marina Castillo Navarro a licensed educator, licensed social worker, marriage and family therapist and local St. Paul, Twin Cities artist. Diving into her art, spirituality and navigating that space of healing. Facebook: Marina Castillo Art Instagram: @marinacastillonavarro
Sep 19, 2018
Episode 11: Muxer Behind the Song
It’s me and you, Season Two! Have you ever wonder the voice behind Muxer’s theme song? We are kicking off season two sitting down with the Muxer Behind the Song, Laura. You don't want to miss as Laura shares her background in music and sings some of her favorite tunes.
May 24, 2018
Episode 10: Dulceria Bakery
Do you have a sweet tooth? Well you might need a concha cupcake, marranito or a piece of cake after hearing this episode! Dulce discusses her journey from a first generation college student to a first generation professional and the decision to take a different direction in starting her own bakery. This South Minneapolis bakery is sharing all the deliciousness and big announcement. Don't miss out! Facebook: Dulceria Bakery Instagram: @dulceriabakery
May 3, 2018
Episode 09: FotoGenic
Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Luz sits down with Felipa, CEO of FotoGenic, who shares her journey of becoming her own boss and discusses the steps one might take to become a boss. Facebook: FotoGenic MN Instagram: @fotogenicmn Website: https://www.fotogenicmn.com/
Apr 12, 2018
Episode 08: Big Gay Mexican
Hector is making his mark in Minneapolis! Luz has the opportunity to chat with Hector Edwardo Chavarria also known as Big Gay Mexican on his journey as a performance artist/playwright. Hector, originally from El Paso, Texas, migrated to Minneapolis in 2011 with the mission to inspire and promote self-love. Big Gay Mexican has been seen in various cabarets and social events throughout the Twin Cities and hopes to send a message to those who have ever been told they were different or needed to change that we must all have courage and be kind to make this world a better place. Upcoming projects includes; Latinx-Q: A Celebration of Queer Latinx Artists at Open Eye Figure Theatre. Facebook: Big Gay Mexican Instagram: @biggaymexican
Feb 15, 2018
Episode 07: Navigating The Education System As A Professional Of Color
Luz sits down with two fierce WOC to discuss some of the barriers, challenges, and triumphs of working in secondary education. Reflecting on how their own experiences has transpire to how they work with students; especially students of color today.
Nov 2, 2017
Episode 06: Canela y Chill
Luz's bro is in the house! It's that time of the year and we are sippin on some tea. We will be honoring our father for Dia de los Muertos by taking a stroll to Macario's Lounge. Luz and David will be reading some poems and counting down our top 5 tracks for canela y chill.
Sep 5, 2017
Episode 05: Dating In Your 30's
Luz sits down with BLovely discussing the triumphs and struggles in dating in your 30's.
Aug 10, 2017
Episode 04: Las Hermanas
The sisters are in the house! We are laughing, sharing memories and discussing how sister dynamics influences character and family roles.
Aug 5, 2017
Episode 03: 2017 AJAAS Conference
The 2017 Association of Jotería Arts, Activism, and Scholarship (AJAAS) Conference is coming to Minneapolis from October 6-8th! Luz sits down with Meño, one of the co-chairs for the event, to hear more about AJAAS and what folks can expect from the conference! For more info, please check out: www.ajaas.com
Jul 30, 2017
Episode 02: Dancing Queen 2 Homecoming Queen
Challenging the status quo and gender norms: Fue tells his story of winning and becoming Homecoming Queen at his University in the early 2000's, followed by the backlash, and the ripple effect it left for being a Queer Hmong student.
Jul 27, 2017
Episode 01: Mami y Juanga
From Juárez to St. Paul, the story of my monarch. My mama traveled from Ciudad Juárez to Minnesota in her early 20's. Little did she know she would settle and make a life there. My mama reminisces growing up in Juárez and the values her mama instilled in her; along with the barriers she faced living in the Midwest. She also dishes the time she first encounter the infamous Juan Gabriel.
Jul 27, 2017
Welcome to Muxer! Luz takes the mic to introduce the Muxer Podcast and gives a shout out to Latinos Who Lunch.