Tertulia Podcast presents “Inmersos/Immersed”

"Inmersos/"Immersed" – a two-part series about the boom in #Spanish #immersion education programs in West Michigan schools. Part 1 in Spanish, Part 2 in English. Start here: https://t.co/kRqBIvT8it #duallanguageeducation (Photo/Foto: Luis Marina) pic.twitter.com/VEfJFrRJQ6 — tertulia (@TertuliaTweets) July 9, 2018 In the first part of this series about the Spanish immersion education boom in West Michigan,Continue reading “Tertulia Podcast presents “Inmersos/Immersed””

Kitchen Spanish update – podcast collaboration with Racist Sandwich

Several months ago, I wrote about the linguistic phenomenon known as Kitchen Spanish. I wanted to dig a little deeper, so I pitched a segment to the podcast, Racist Sandwich, and they were up for it! My own podcast, Tertulia, is in Spanish, so this is my first reported audio story in (mostly) English. In the pieceContinue reading “Kitchen Spanish update – podcast collaboration with Racist Sandwich”

Tertulia partners with Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival

I’m pleased to announce that Tertulia is partnering with the Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival (GRLAFF), taking place April 6-8, 2018. Since 2010, the festival has been showing award-winning films from Latin American and Latino filmmakers at the Wealthy Theatre and enriching the experience for audiences by organizing Q&A sessions with visiting directors andContinue reading “Tertulia partners with Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival”

Alianza Americas brings a speaking tour to Grand Rapids to discuss jobs on both sides of the border

I came to admire the work of Alianza Americas when they were the recipients of a grant from a foundation where I worked, and I have kept in touch with the organization ever since moving to the Midwest. Headquartered in Chicago, Alianza Americas is a network of immigrant organizations across the U.S. that operates withContinue reading “Alianza Americas brings a speaking tour to Grand Rapids to discuss jobs on both sides of the border”