35 – Redefining Success in Spanglish: Insights from a Season of Personal Growth y Progreso – Raul Lopez

What if success isn’t just about financial gain? In our season finale of “How Do You Say Success in Spanglish,” I reflect on the journey of producing nearly 35 episodes, drawing from my personal experiences and the wisdom of our incredible guests. We’ll discuss how personal growth and collective progress contribute to a more fulfilling definition of success. Overcoming imposter syndrome, embracing self-awareness, and understanding what truly matters in our lives are key to unlocking long-term happiness. By making incremental improvements and staying aligned with a clear sense of purpose, we can build the skills and experiences needed to reach our goals.

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34 – Amplifying Voices in the Quest for Inclusive Education – Dr. Raul Fernandez

From Spanish Harlem to the halls of academia, Dr. Raul Fernandez joins us, sharing his remarkable story that embodies the transformative impact of education on individual lives and broader communities. As we trace his path from a gifted program in the South Bronx to influential roles in Massachusetts policy-making and beyond, you’ll witness the unwavering dedication of an advocate for equitable education. Dr. Fernandez reveals the profound ways in which his work—from the Brookline Select Board to Amplify Latinx—breaks down systemic barriers and amplifies minority voices, all while keeping a tight focus on the power of community.

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33 – Chronicles of a Puerto Rican Visionary in Literature and Theater – Jon Marcantoni

Jon Marcantoni is a Puerto Rican novelist and playwright. The author of five books, he won the 2017 Independent Book Award for Best Southeastern Fiction for his book Kings of 7th Avenue. After the success of his play Puerto Rican Nocturne, about the Cerro Maravilla murders and their aftermath, he founded Flamboyán Theatre in 2022. The company produces new Puerto Rican plays and seeks to build a creative hub for Denver’s Puerto Rican community to celebrate their culture and stories, while utilizing multimedia and multi-modal forms of performance for a 21st century theatrical experience.

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