Afrolatinos: La Historia Que Nunca Nos Contaron is thrilled and honored to be participating in the 1st Afro Latino Festival in New York City!
Join us in celebrating Afro Latinidad with music, dance, workshops and constructive dialogues about issues affecting local and global Afro-Latin@ communities.
WHEN: Saturday, June 29, 2013
LOCATION: Parkside Avenue train Station Plaza from 12:30-6:00pm.
About The First Afro latino Festival of New York…
The First Afro-Latino Festival of New York, in conjunction with the Brooklyn Arts and Culture Fest, will be held on June 29, 2013 in Parkside Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. Our goal is to create a platform that showcases our diversity and commonality within our African Diaspora groups through culture, art and history. In addition, have constructive dialogue on contemporary issues affecting our local communities and those abroad. We as Latinos of African descent should be proud of our rich heritage. We want our young people to reinforce respect, appreciation, recognition and acknowledgement of our ancestors. The First Afro-Latino Festival of New York has a principal mission to strengthen and unite us as a people of African descent from Latin America and now living in the melting pot of New York City.The festival will feature the participation of: the afrolatin@ forum, Alicia Anabel Santos, Writer/Producer of Afrolatinos The Untaught Story, Chief Joseph Chatoyer Garifuna Folkloric Ballet of New York, AfroColombia NY, Jewelry by Whitney, Garifuna Coalition USA, Panama Shipping , Panama Folkloric Ballet “Nuestro Panama”, JR Designs, Author/Activist – Kevin Sabio, DJ Sabine – Ocha Records, Mama Tingo Grita Fuerte, Cocoa & Cloudy, Mera DeLarosa, Tony Cortez, Vida Afro, Richard Exos, Haitian Exchange, Afro-Latin@ Project, Nedelka Prescod , La Pollera, Black Latina Movement, Marshalla Ramos, Tony Domenech/ Youth Dance Group, Red Line Productions and others.
See the attached program for more information – Afro-Latino Program