Betesda Centro De Curacion es una Nueva iglesia para todos Los vecinos en Brooklyn, NY. Todos bienvenidos a nuestros servicios en espanol – ingles Los Domingo’s de 4pm – 6pm. Esta es su oportunidad de conocer a Jesus Cristo como …
I am the author of an Afro-Boricua children’s storybook: Isabella’s Hair and How She Learned to Love It. I wrote the story to contribute and pay a debt of gratitude to all children who have questioned or have been forced to …
SoundBoy Cartagena and his 16-piece Spanglish Salsa HipHop Orchestra come out of Brooklyn — Bushwick, NY. Raised in his father’s passion for Salsa music and in the New York City streets of Hip-Hop, Sound mastered the art of mixing his …
Tony and Shelli Cortez
Husband and wife, Tony and Shelli Cortez, speak with the Afrolatin@ Project about being Latinoamericano, Afrolatino and the Census. Tony recalls being in grade school and trying to find a box to check for his identity.
Tania Molina, is the co-founder of the 1st Afrolatino Festival of New York in Brooklyn, NY. She was born in Honduras and is of Garifuna descent. She spoke with Proyecto Afrolatin@ / The Afrolatin@ Project about the history of Garifuna …
The mission of the Afrolatin@ Project is to serve as a digital resource center and archive for the historical and material documentation and preservation of the cultures, histories and experiences of Afrodescendant people in the Americas and the Caribbean, and …
The afrolatin@ forum raises awareness of Latin@s of African descent in the United States. We advance the visibility of Black Latin@s through dialogue and action and promote an understanding of the afrolatin@ experience. The emphasis is guided by a transnational …
Alvaro Paulino Jr.
Considering I’m a fifth generation Mariachi musician in the Paulino Dynasty, I have a passion to promote and contribute to the cultural understanding and appreciation of folk and Mexican music. I encourage audiences to learn, develop skills, be entertained and increase …
I was born in Santiago de Chile. There’s not a very huge community of Chilean people [in New York and New Jersey], although there is one, but I don’t think it can compare to that of Brazilians or Mexicans. But …
What’s my favorite thing about Latino food? Well, I mean I just love the color of yellow rice; it’s just a beautiful color. You know—yellow rice, red beans—it’s just very colorful. The food has always been very colorful for me, …