As we celebrate Latino Heritage Month, Latinx Heritage, and Hispanic Heritage we are incredibly proud of our work documenting and honoring Latinos and our contributions to African diasporic culture, religion, dance, music and history. Our gift to you is a 30 min sneak peek of Afrolatinos. Enjoy! Watch Afrolatinos en español here! To schedule a full screening of Afrolatinos contact us. We would… Continue reading Afrolatinos An Untaught History Documentary
I was told that I had no right to claim my blackness…
Hey Family, There is so much I want to say… so much I want to share. I have been preparing for this trip to Cuba since 2012, but ten years before that, in 2001, this was when I began my journey into the Yoruba tradition. I didn’t understand what it was that drew me, and… Continue reading I was told that I had no right to claim my blackness…
Tomorrow join us after work for some dancing and grooving to AFROLATINO BEATS!!! Wednesday, April 27, 2016 @ 6PM VANITY 59 West 21st St. SALSA, DANCE HALL, SOUKOUS, RUMBA... Nos fuimos.
This is a MOVEMENT: Alicia Anabel Santos on Afro-Latinos, The Untaught Story
» This is a MOVEMENT: Alicia Anabel Santos on Afro-Latinos, The Untaught Story Through the interviews, ideas and projects featured here we: Connect women artists across the African Diaspora with creative minds around the world + Create exciting arts events and media + Liberate imaginations and nourish free spirits Source: This is a MOVEMENT: Alicia… Continue reading This is a MOVEMENT: Alicia Anabel Santos on Afro-Latinos, The Untaught Story
I was lost and now I’m found…
Not so long ago I left corporate america vowing to never return. I was making over $80K a year, 401K package and company stocks. During that time in my life I could easily spend $300-$500 on any given weekend for no particular occasion, dining at some of New York's posh restaurants and drinking at the… Continue reading I was lost and now I’m found…
Giving back! An AfroLatina Retreat!
It is not every day we hear about people who give back! An incredible woman by the name of Icess Fernandez was the recipient of the Owl Award where she has chosen to fund a weekend writing retreat for 4 to 5 AfroLatina writers from different disciplines ‐‐ fiction, poetry, non‐fiction ‐‐ to explore the… Continue reading Giving back! An AfroLatina Retreat!
Afrolatinos @ UPENN ~ Tonight!
Today is a momentous occasion. We are honored and thrilled to be screening Afrolatinos at the University of Pennsylvania in the first of many college screenings. We have worked so hard on this film and are ready for the world to finally learn about an important part of our history! #voicesofthesilent #afrolatinoscollegetour @afrolatinostv @diosadominicana … Continue reading Afrolatinos @ UPENN ~ Tonight!
“Who are you to tell the story of black people?
WHO AM I TO TELL THE STORY OF BLACK PEOPLE? "Who are you to tell the story of black people? It's not your place! You're not even black!" She said. Like I have NO right. Like it's not my place. Like I am one of the white faces that come to our lands to take… Continue reading “Who are you to tell the story of black people?
To be a Woman, Black and Latina…
So honored to be delivering this keynote!!! Que honor!!! Maferefun Oggun! Maferefun Ochun! Twitter hashtag for event: #waronwomen
FREE EVENT! “Deepening our Womanhood: Identity and Diversity”
CALLNG ALL HEALERS! ARTISTS! ACTIVISTS! ORGANIZERS! WITCHES! Join us for what will be an incredibly powerful event happening tomorrow, Saturday, August 29th at Hostos Community College located at 450 Grand Concourse Avenue at 149th Street at 10:00AM! 300 womyn expected! 30+ volunteers! Food donations! Music! Dance! Workshops and Panels! For Immediate Release August 26th 2015 Génesis… Continue reading FREE EVENT! “Deepening our Womanhood: Identity and Diversity”