Ep. 51: Voto Latino's Maria Teresa Kumar on Work/Life Balance & the Power of the Latino Vote

We got a bonus episode for you with no other than Maria Teresa Kumar, president and CEO of Voto Latino. She talks about how she got started with Voto Latino, the power of our vote, how she balances work and life. Don't forget to vote on November 7th!

Be sure to check out their Power Summit, a two-day leadership conference, in Austin, Texas happening on Nov. 4-5.

You can hear it all on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and more. You can also follow our visual journey via Instagram or Facebook @moradolens.

Ep. 39: Political Activist Dolores Huerta Discusses Dolores the Movie, Motherhood, Intuition & More

American labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta sits down with Morado Lens to talk about her latest endeavor - Dolores the movie. She gets into why it took so long for this to come to fruition, being a mother of eleven children and why it is okay for women to ask for help and make mistakes. Dolores gives all women (and men) inspiration to persevere regardless of the hurdles or as she puts it - Si Se Puede (Yes You Can)!

Be sure to check out DoloresHuerta.org to find a screening near you and as always tune in to our journey via @moradolens and be sure to subscribe and review us on iTunes! 

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Ep. 32: Part 2 of WNYC's Sassy Joanna Solotaroff on Tinder, Minneapolis & Podcasting

We couldn't get enough of Joanna Solotaroff so we are back with part 2 of our conversation with the producer of 2 Dope Queens and sidekick on Sooo Many White Guys podcast. She shared her thoughts on keeping your day job when attempting to dive into a creative field and the power of really telling the people you work with what you're passionate about.

We even, ahem Cindy, talks about her undying love for Louis C.K. and what she plans to do if they ever meet. Joanna shared her thoughts on Tinder, why Minneapolis is one of the best cities in the country and what makes a good podcast.