While the boys have their fun at the World Cup in Russia, the LMC dedicates this episode to the secret history of Mexican Women’s futbol and the bright future it has ahead following the success of Liga MX femenil. We speak with Joshua Nadel, an associate professor in the department of History @ North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. It is a story of perseverance in the face of sexism, homophobia, lack of support, and institutional discrimination.
Last June, racist statements by Peruvian commentator Phillip Butters sparked outrage and the urging of more discussion for having more Afro-Latino voices in Peruvian society. The LMC speaks with Afro-Latina activist and poet Shirley Campbell-Barr about the controversy that went viral throughout all of Latin America.
Independent journalist & skateboarder Juan Ramirez chronicles the contributions and innovations made by Latinos to the creation of modern skateboarding. He includes punk rock connections, the rise of skateboarding as a future Olympic sport, and why people still perceive the sport as mostly white. Learn more at correlavoz.wordpress.com/