Author Archives: Jocelyn Gonzales

About Jocelyn Gonzales

Jocelyn Gonzales is a freelance radio producer in New York City and a full-time faculty member at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in the sound design department.
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‘My Lolo Screamed at Me: Why Are You Telling the Family Stories?’

Performance artist and activist Kilusan Bautista has a personal brand of hip hop theater. His latest work, ‘Universal Filipino,’ is a solo theatrical piece debuting in New York this weekend. Jocelyn Gonzales sat down with Bautista to find out more about his background and art in an interview for TheFilAm.

Bringing Hispanic voters to the polls on The Takeaway

This morning on The Takeaway, radio hosts Adaora Udoji and John Hockenberry spoke with Alvaro Fernandez, voter registration organizer for the National Latino Congreso in Florida, and Jaime Chavez, voter registration organizer for the National Latino Congreso in New Mexico…

Martina Guzman on WNYC Radio

From WNYC.org: “NEW YORK, NY April 15, 2008 —In the 2008 Democratic primaries so far, the percentage of the vote that is Latino has risen dramatically. In California, for example, Latino voter participation in the primary doubled over 2004, and…