Looking for unique USC merch? Annenberg Media’s Isa Johnson talks with Sofia Alayo, the face behind the LGBTQ+ and Latine-owned fashion brand “Naughty Tommy.”
La Lucha is a podcast collaboration between Dímelo and the Latinx Student Assembly. The podcasts cover a multitude of topics ranging from serious conversations on social issues to fun, light hearted cultural conversations on Latinidad.
Playlist that highlights those in the Latinx community who have battled with mental health struggles, and continue to advocate to fight stigmas within the Latinx community.
Lorena Bourdevaire from Dímelo Radio tells us about her journey from her hometown in Jalisco, Mexico to the U-S. She made that trip seven years ago and now Lorena is a first-generation graduate student at USC Annenberg.
Jessica Maldonado sat down with Dimelo to speak on Latinas Lead California, a political action committee that aims to get more Latinas in office. Latinas Lead CA has a history of female empowerment. The organization shared their thoughts on the current political climate, the importance of women of color in government, and their goals for future generations.
Dímelo spoke with L.A. residents of all backgrounds to hear about how Bryant impacted their lives and how they’re going to remember his legacy. Bryant may be gone, but his fans believe that his tenacious spirit will forever remain in their hearts.
The Christmas season has arrived and around the world many people are getting ready to celebrate the most joyful holiday of the year. Christmas is without a doubt one of the most important celebrations for the Latinx community. Welcome to Cuéntamenlo, a DIMELO interview style podcast that explores young Latinx experiences and identity on and off the USC campus.
Sometimes when people hear the word Latino/a they imagine someone with brown skin, dark eyes, and dark hair. In reality, Latinos come in every color. We come from different countries, different ethnicities, races, and stories. Welcome to Cuéntamenlo, a DIMELO interview style podcast that explores young Latinx experiences and identity on and off the USC campus.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops selected Archbishop José Gomez as their president. Some members of the Latinx community talk about what they expect from the archbishop in his new role as president.