One Year Under Quarantine, Part II: Grubhub Worries, Trans Discrimination, and Creating Music In PeruEl Progreso
In the second part of the latest episode of the El Progreso podcast (formerly Techqueria), reporter Jose Fermoso continues to speak to Latinx people in tech about how they've handled the last year of the pandemic.
Featuring the following guests:
- Alexia Núñez, a trans Grubhub software engineer who worried about her parents and her own mental and physical health in the middle of a rise of hate crimes across the U.S.
- Clara Yolks, a Peruvian pop star who released several songs during the pandemic, including the hit "Millennial," about connecting with people from her generation beyond social media constraints.
- Camilo Payet, a software developer from Florida whose wife lost a parent during the pandemic.
- Miguel Gomez, a financial advisor who took the extra time available at home to connect with his children.
We also explain why we changed the name of the podcast!
06/09/21 • 46 min
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