Here’s what you missed

Here’s what you missed…

Student loans to forgive ou pas

Throwback Thursday – Student Loan Forgiveness

The Biden administration is expected to extend payment pause for student loan borrowers through August 2022. This would be the sixth extension of the pandemic-era relief policy staying loan payments for the tens of millions of Americans with student debt. Check out the episode for more…

do THIS instead of THAT

🚨 do THIS instead of THAT 🚨

Tips for being efficient and planning your day. I know your day can be difficult to manage, especially throughout this pandemic. Try these out! Let me know what you think.

Tips for being efficient and planning your day.
Tips for being efficient and planning your day.

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Does the United States of America have a gun problem?

Does the United States of America have a gun problem?

🚨 This is an extend episode🚨

Johnny Solis III is a a former educator, a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and the University of Houston Law Center. He has worked on Capitol Hill, the Texas Governor’s Office in the Economic Developement Office, for Commissioner Adrian Garcia as a Legal Environmental Policy Analyst and is active in Houston politics. He currently serves as the Vice President for Youth Outreach for his Local League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) chapter and is involved with environmental awareness and advocacy in East Harris County. 

Johnny Solis and The 7 Minutes With Q Podcast
Johnny Solis and The 7 Minutes With Q Podcast

Trailer: Gun rights, mental health and defund the police vs smart fund the police

New episode drops tomorrow at 7 pm c.s.t.

Johnny Solis and The 7 Minutes With Q Podcast
Johnny Solis and The 7 Minutes With Q Podcast

Could you survive a financially unstable relationship?

Could you survive a financially unstable relationship?

Check out our show about this and tell us what you think below in the comment section!!!

Show 1002 and Q

6 ways to help a friend with depression and anxiety

6 ways to help a friend with depression and anxiety


Have a friend or loved one that struggles with depression or anxiety? Here are some ways to help them.

Bootleg Like Jazz presents Lupe Mendez – Tequila, Poetry and Readings from his award winning novel

Why I Am Like Tequila
A collection of poems | Welcome to Willow Books
Q from Bootleg Like Jazz interviews Lupe Mendez Author of his award winning poetry collection “Why I Am Like Tequila”

Recent winner of the John A. Robertson Prize for 1st Book of Poetry 2020 Bootleg Like Jazz is excited to have Lupe Mendez on the show today. Lupe Mendez is the author of the poetry collection Why I Am Like Tequila (Willow Books, 2019). He earned an MFA in creative writing (poetry) from the University of Texas at El Paso and has literary work that has appeared in Hunger Mountain, Kenyon Review, Poetry Magazine and Gulf Coast. Recorded at Cuchara Restaurant on Fairview Street in Houston, TX.

Originally from Galveston, TX, Lupe (Writer//Educator//Activist) is the author WHY I AM LIKE TEQUILA (Willow Books, 2019) and works to promote poetry events, advocate for literacy/literature and organize creative writing workshops that are open to the public. He is the founder of Tintero Projects and works with emerging Latinx writers and other writers of color within the Texas Gulf Coast Region, with Houston as its hub. Lupe co-hosts INKWELL – a collaborative podcast creation between Tintero Projects and Inprint, placing a monthly spotlight on Regional, National and International Latinx writers and other Writers of Color. Mendez has received fellowships from CantoMundo, Macondo and the Crescendo Literary/Poetry Foundation’s Emerging Poet Incubator. Mendez currently serves as the Literary Outreach Coordinator for Poets & Writers Inc. for Houston.

📸: Alex Q from Bold Media

🎼: Idyll Green

http://www.thepoetmendez.org
http://www.bootleglikejazz.com

Q and Lupe Mendez choppin' it up
From left to right: Q and Lupe Mendez at Cuchara Restaurant in Houston, TX
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