Episode 6: Orlando đź’”

This week we’re bringing you an unplanned episode in recognition of the massacre in Orlando. We’re devastated, and we hope that our discussion of what happened, its impact on us, and some of our mourning and healing process in these days since the attack might help you all with your healing as well.

We bring songs that have been part of our healing and mourning this week. We’ve also both have written and spoken about this attack on queer Latinx space on several outlets. As always, all music and links are below.

Listen on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher and Google Play.

We hope you are holding your loved ones close queridxs, and taking care of yourselves during this tough time.

If you need more joy than sadness in your life right now, you can check out last week’s Queers! episode featuring six queer Latinx artists.

When the One Place that Feels Like Home is Invaded by Miriam Zoila Pérez, Colorlines

The Pulse Nightclub Shooting Robbed the Queer Latinx Community of a Sanctuary by VerĂłnica Bayetti Flores, Remezcla

PĂ©rez on Q with Shadrach Kabango

Vero on In The Thick, with Maria Hinojosa

PĂ©rez on On Point with Tom Ashbrook

Vero and PĂ©rez bring music for healing to Weekend Edition with Rachel Martin

Hurray For The Riff Raff – The Body Electric

Selena – El Chico del Apartamento 512

La Santa Cecilia – Nunca Más

Monchy y Alexandra – Hoja En Blanco

Julieta Venegas – ExplosiĂłn

Buika – No Habrá Nadie en el Mundo

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4 thoughts on “Episode 6: Orlando đź’”

  1. cdayala says:

    Did you really not vote in the presidential election?


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