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Xicana Code Switchers

Xicana Code Switchers

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Xicana Code Switchers

Xicana Code Switchers

Xicana Code Switchers

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Welcome to the Xicana Code Switchers podcast! Your co-hosts are Ariana and Patricia. We are both Xicana, scholar-practitioners in higher education. Each episode we discuss insights, tips, and resources for students and practitioners in higher education with a focus on social justice and platicas.

Latest Episodes

La Controversia del Tesis

In this episode, we discussed the thesis process with Alondra Martinez and Karina Reyes Banuelos and share tips for future masters students interested in doing a thesis. POC Business Shoutout: Red Bay Coffee Beautiful Coffee To The People. Certified B Corp. https://www.redbaycoffee.com/ You can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you all for tuning in to this week’s episode and until next time. Don’t forget: switch the code, don’t let the code switch you! Till next time! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

64 MIN4 d ago
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La Controversia del Tesis

Career Development for Beginner Higher Ed Professionals

EWe begin the episode talking about the importance of speaking out against anti-blackness and supporting the demands of #BLM movement. This week’s guest is Carrie, whom we talk about career development, interviews, and job search during a pandemic. POC Business ShoutOut: Comfy Sorts that offer a variety of handcrafted chunky and jumbo blankets made from chenille yarn, 100% merino wool and cotton. Support this black-owned business by LaTasha and Shavonne. Check out their beautiful work at: http://www.comfysorts.com/ For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you and don’t forget: switch the code, don’t let the code switch you! Links mentioned in episode: Processing Support for Black Frontline Protesters: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtgN6grx6emaTsCmoAmVN3b-hqc3Geyybax6m_3kbFPI7iQA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1lhsE7jDoavkm07G1EZ2rjh5X_8nNK5J6tUWC155y9PzXV7suWOHS8U0M Filipinx for #BlackLivesMatter: Fighting Anti-Blackness in Our Own Community: https://medium.com/@justineabigail/filipinx-for-blacklivesmatter-fighting-anti-blackness-in-our-own-community-a78565bca421 75 Black-Owned Businesses to Support: https://www.forbes.com/sites/elisabethbrier/2020/06/05/75-black-owned-businesses-to-support/#4b0b444b3814 #JusticeforBre: Demand the officers who murdered Breonna Taylor are fired. #JusticeforAhmaud: Demand the immediate removal of the District Attorneys who failed to bring justice for Ahmaud. Demand Mayor Jacob Frey #DefundtheMPD. Add your name to our list of systemic demands to end the war on Black people. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

85 MIN3 w ago
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Career Development for Beginner Higher Ed Professionals

Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part II

EThis week's episode we continue our conversation with Donna and Érica and talk about law school, Harvard, and job market during a pandemic. POC Business ShoutOut: Letter Shoppe art by Dina Rodriguez. Art that supports self-love, mental health, and cannabis culture. For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you and don’t forget: switch the code, don’t let the code switch you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

72 MINMAY 22
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Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part II

*Special Episode*: Life Update

EIn this episode Ariana and Patricia check-in and discuss life updates, performative equity, job search process, and overall managing life during a pandemic. POC Business Shoutout: Kassandra “Hand crafted polymer clay jewelry made with heart.” Not your average clay earrings Handmade in Fresno, CA babybellandjake.etsy.com Podcast Recommendations: Hoodrat to Headwrap: A Decolonized Podcast by Ericka Hart & Ebony Donnley All My Relations by Matika Wilbur & Adrienne Keene The Happiness Lab by Dr. Laurie Santos Reading and Listening Recommendations: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer Children of the Land by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

68 MINMAY 1
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*Special Episode*: Life Update

Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part I

Join us for this week's episode, we had Donna and Erica talk about critical reflections of family dynamics, social justice, and elite spaces. This is part 1 of 2 where Donna and Erica will discuss their experiences as law students at Harvard. POC Business Shoutout: Monarchs of Gold via Etsy Undocumented artist, activist, public speaker: Yehimi Cambron. Through both her art and storytelling she will invite students to critically and creatively think about art as a tool for activism, storytelling, and entrepreneurship. Her own personal life experiences inform much of her work and illuminate undocumented and immigrant narratives often missing from conversations Follow on IG and Twitter @YCambron Email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you all for tuning in to this week’s episode and ...

64 MINMAR 17
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Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part I

Alumni of Color Conference: Testimonios of Access and Retention in Higher Education

This is a live recording where we asked our guests to talk about how their upbringing informed their academic and professional careers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

51 MINMAR 2
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Alumni of Color Conference: Testimonios of Access and Retention in Higher Education

Academic Mujeres

ETune into our latest episode where we had guest speaker: Mara Nohemí López Godoy from Academic Mujeres! She discussed her latest passion project and how she has overcome many challenges and stood-up to gatekeepers in academia. POC Business Shoutout: @Guaraxez Fátima Gutiérrez, a Latina, student, and immigrant who sells handmade artisanal footwear and accessories that are fair trade, slow fashion, and with purpose. Your purchase helps generate jobs for many Latin American families: from the producer of raw materials to the one who sells them, technicians, engineers, operators and artisans. We will be attending the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Alumni of Color Conference (AOCC) on February 28th & 29th where we will be recording a live podcast episode with our attendees. To join us at the AOCC conference, please visit the AOCC website for registration information: https://alumniofcolorconference2020.org/conference-overview For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you all for tuning in to this week’s episode and until next time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

78 MINFEB 9
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Academic Mujeres

Overbooking, Overcommitment & Over it!

Welcome back & Happy New Year 2020! This is the Xicana Code Switchers' third season! For this episode we provide some updates, talk about being overbooked and overcommitted, all while sharing some reflections on podcasting. Podcast recommendation: With That Being Said by Esther Boykin & Erica Turner POC Business ShoutOut: Beam Paints Plastic Free Paints, Lightfast pigments, wildflower honey handmade watercolour paints, 100% indigenous female entrepreneurship. Be on the lookout for us at Harvard University on February 28th -29th where we will be presenting at the Alumni of Color Conference 2020. Connect with us via Instagram @xicanacodeswitchers, Twitter @xcodeswitchers, and email xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com. Visit our Patreon page for more helpful resources and opportunities to support our work. Please share our podcast with your friends! More to come! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

76 MINJAN 5
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Overbooking, Overcommitment & Over it!

Learning to Face the Past

EThis week, we had our guest, Jaime Barboza talk about his experience returning to the community college. Graduate School App Webinar Series Graduate School App Webinar Series- Part III-Undergraduate Research Opportunities Webinar November 16th Presented by Dr. Mariana G. Martinez. Deadline to Register: Sunday, November 3, 2019, by midnight Instructions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ug4puZwuh6vX4FjrpQ74q4Kb2TxODeOJqsqHX6BEAqo/edit?usp=sharing POC Business Shoutout: - Resumes by Lara Empowering, supporting and uplifting previously and/or currently incarcerated folks, people of color and those wanting to accomplish their dreams through resume services and education. @resumesbylara www.resumesbylara.com End of season: We are taking a break and we will return until January. Ariana will be finishing off Ph.D. program applications and Patricia will be finishing her thesis and semester. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

91 MIN2019 OCT 28
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Learning to Face the Past

We are not Starting Over, We Are Starting from Experience

In this week's episode, we had Magali Limeta discuss her journey topursuing her MBA. POC Business Shoutout: Quw’utsun’Made created by a descendant of the Quw’utsun’/Cowichan tribe of Vancouver, Canada, Arianna Johnny-Wadsworth. Quw’utsun’Made is an apothecary and lifestyle brand that sells fragrances, salves, soaps, candles, masks, tattoo aftercare kits, and balms. Follow on Instagram @quwutsunmade and visit their website at www.quwutsunmade.com/shop For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xican...

68 MIN2019 OCT 6
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We are not Starting Over, We Are Starting from Experience

Latest Episodes

La Controversia del Tesis

In this episode, we discussed the thesis process with Alondra Martinez and Karina Reyes Banuelos and share tips for future masters students interested in doing a thesis. POC Business Shoutout: Red Bay Coffee Beautiful Coffee To The People. Certified B Corp. https://www.redbaycoffee.com/ You can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you all for tuning in to this week’s episode and until next time. Don’t forget: switch the code, don’t let the code switch you! Till next time! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

64 MIN4 d ago
Comments
La Controversia del Tesis

Career Development for Beginner Higher Ed Professionals

EWe begin the episode talking about the importance of speaking out against anti-blackness and supporting the demands of #BLM movement. This week’s guest is Carrie, whom we talk about career development, interviews, and job search during a pandemic. POC Business ShoutOut: Comfy Sorts that offer a variety of handcrafted chunky and jumbo blankets made from chenille yarn, 100% merino wool and cotton. Support this black-owned business by LaTasha and Shavonne. Check out their beautiful work at: http://www.comfysorts.com/ For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you and don’t forget: switch the code, don’t let the code switch you! Links mentioned in episode: Processing Support for Black Frontline Protesters: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtgN6grx6emaTsCmoAmVN3b-hqc3Geyybax6m_3kbFPI7iQA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1lhsE7jDoavkm07G1EZ2rjh5X_8nNK5J6tUWC155y9PzXV7suWOHS8U0M Filipinx for #BlackLivesMatter: Fighting Anti-Blackness in Our Own Community: https://medium.com/@justineabigail/filipinx-for-blacklivesmatter-fighting-anti-blackness-in-our-own-community-a78565bca421 75 Black-Owned Businesses to Support: https://www.forbes.com/sites/elisabethbrier/2020/06/05/75-black-owned-businesses-to-support/#4b0b444b3814 #JusticeforBre: Demand the officers who murdered Breonna Taylor are fired. #JusticeforAhmaud: Demand the immediate removal of the District Attorneys who failed to bring justice for Ahmaud. Demand Mayor Jacob Frey #DefundtheMPD. Add your name to our list of systemic demands to end the war on Black people. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

85 MIN3 w ago
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Career Development for Beginner Higher Ed Professionals

Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part II

EThis week's episode we continue our conversation with Donna and Érica and talk about law school, Harvard, and job market during a pandemic. POC Business ShoutOut: Letter Shoppe art by Dina Rodriguez. Art that supports self-love, mental health, and cannabis culture. For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you and don’t forget: switch the code, don’t let the code switch you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

72 MINMAY 22
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Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part II

*Special Episode*: Life Update

EIn this episode Ariana and Patricia check-in and discuss life updates, performative equity, job search process, and overall managing life during a pandemic. POC Business Shoutout: Kassandra “Hand crafted polymer clay jewelry made with heart.” Not your average clay earrings Handmade in Fresno, CA babybellandjake.etsy.com Podcast Recommendations: Hoodrat to Headwrap: A Decolonized Podcast by Ericka Hart & Ebony Donnley All My Relations by Matika Wilbur & Adrienne Keene The Happiness Lab by Dr. Laurie Santos Reading and Listening Recommendations: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer Children of the Land by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

68 MINMAY 1
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*Special Episode*: Life Update

Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part I

Join us for this week's episode, we had Donna and Erica talk about critical reflections of family dynamics, social justice, and elite spaces. This is part 1 of 2 where Donna and Erica will discuss their experiences as law students at Harvard. POC Business Shoutout: Monarchs of Gold via Etsy Undocumented artist, activist, public speaker: Yehimi Cambron. Through both her art and storytelling she will invite students to critically and creatively think about art as a tool for activism, storytelling, and entrepreneurship. Her own personal life experiences inform much of her work and illuminate undocumented and immigrant narratives often missing from conversations Follow on IG and Twitter @YCambron Email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you all for tuning in to this week’s episode and ...

64 MINMAR 17
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Critical Reflections of Lawtinas in Elite Spaces Part I

Alumni of Color Conference: Testimonios of Access and Retention in Higher Education

This is a live recording where we asked our guests to talk about how their upbringing informed their academic and professional careers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

51 MINMAR 2
Comments
Alumni of Color Conference: Testimonios of Access and Retention in Higher Education

Academic Mujeres

ETune into our latest episode where we had guest speaker: Mara Nohemí López Godoy from Academic Mujeres! She discussed her latest passion project and how she has overcome many challenges and stood-up to gatekeepers in academia. POC Business Shoutout: @Guaraxez Fátima Gutiérrez, a Latina, student, and immigrant who sells handmade artisanal footwear and accessories that are fair trade, slow fashion, and with purpose. Your purchase helps generate jobs for many Latin American families: from the producer of raw materials to the one who sells them, technicians, engineers, operators and artisans. We will be attending the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Alumni of Color Conference (AOCC) on February 28th & 29th where we will be recording a live podcast episode with our attendees. To join us at the AOCC conference, please visit the AOCC website for registration information: https://alumniofcolorconference2020.org/conference-overview For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. Thank you all for tuning in to this week’s episode and until next time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

78 MINFEB 9
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Academic Mujeres

Overbooking, Overcommitment & Over it!

Welcome back & Happy New Year 2020! This is the Xicana Code Switchers' third season! For this episode we provide some updates, talk about being overbooked and overcommitted, all while sharing some reflections on podcasting. Podcast recommendation: With That Being Said by Esther Boykin & Erica Turner POC Business ShoutOut: Beam Paints Plastic Free Paints, Lightfast pigments, wildflower honey handmade watercolour paints, 100% indigenous female entrepreneurship. Be on the lookout for us at Harvard University on February 28th -29th where we will be presenting at the Alumni of Color Conference 2020. Connect with us via Instagram @xicanacodeswitchers, Twitter @xcodeswitchers, and email xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com. Visit our Patreon page for more helpful resources and opportunities to support our work. Please share our podcast with your friends! More to come! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

76 MINJAN 5
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Overbooking, Overcommitment & Over it!

Learning to Face the Past

EThis week, we had our guest, Jaime Barboza talk about his experience returning to the community college. Graduate School App Webinar Series Graduate School App Webinar Series- Part III-Undergraduate Research Opportunities Webinar November 16th Presented by Dr. Mariana G. Martinez. Deadline to Register: Sunday, November 3, 2019, by midnight Instructions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ug4puZwuh6vX4FjrpQ74q4Kb2TxODeOJqsqHX6BEAqo/edit?usp=sharing POC Business Shoutout: - Resumes by Lara Empowering, supporting and uplifting previously and/or currently incarcerated folks, people of color and those wanting to accomplish their dreams through resume services and education. @resumesbylara www.resumesbylara.com End of season: We are taking a break and we will return until January. Ariana will be finishing off Ph.D. program applications and Patricia will be finishing her thesis and semester. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xicana-code-switchers/message

91 MIN2019 OCT 28
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Learning to Face the Past

We are not Starting Over, We Are Starting from Experience

In this week's episode, we had Magali Limeta discuss her journey topursuing her MBA. POC Business Shoutout: Quw’utsun’Made created by a descendant of the Quw’utsun’/Cowichan tribe of Vancouver, Canada, Arianna Johnny-Wadsworth. Quw’utsun’Made is an apothecary and lifestyle brand that sells fragrances, salves, soaps, candles, masks, tattoo aftercare kits, and balms. Follow on Instagram @quwutsunmade and visit their website at www.quwutsunmade.com/shop For all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@gmail.com and send us your POC business, conference, and event shout outs and listener letters. You could also record a listener message on Anchor app and that way we can include your recorded message in our future episodes. Follow us on Instagram @XicanaCodeSwitchers and on Twitter @XCodeSwitchers. If you want to support this podcast, you can Venmo/CashApp us @XicanaCodeSwitchers and/or become a Patreon contributor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xican...

68 MIN2019 OCT 6
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We are not Starting Over, We Are Starting from Experience
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