The Afrolatina Show – Ep. 03 #afrolatinashow

COACH WOODEN GEMS: GEM 1: "Why is it that so many non-attainers are quick to criticize, question, and belittle the attainers?" ~ John Wooden "It was 10 years ago, I was just emerging as a writer and published my first story. Someone saw something in me. This person wanted to build with me. She wanted… Continue reading The Afrolatina Show – Ep. 03 #afrolatinashow

The Afrolatina Show – Ep. 02 #afrolatinashow

This week on The Afrolatina Show (Ep. 02) we talk about people fearing what they do not understand, different cultures and religious beliefs. I am thinking about this idea of having to hide our religions. Check out the episode and please share your thoughts... let's have a conversation. To listen to the podcast: The Afrolatina Show… Continue reading The Afrolatina Show – Ep. 02 #afrolatinashow

Afrolatinos Tour @afrolatinostv #afrolatinos

AFROLATINOS SCREENING DATES: Saturday, February 18th (Los Angeles) @ Pan African Film Festival Monday, February 20th (Los Angeles) @ Pan African Film Festival Wednesday, February 22nd (New York City) @ Hostos Community College Wednesday, February 22nd (Chicago) @ University of Illinois Thursday, February 23rd (Massachusetts) @ UMASS Dartmouth Monday, February 27th (New York) @ the… Continue reading Afrolatinos Tour @afrolatinostv #afrolatinos

My Iyaworaje: The First 200 Days (part 2)

Before my Iyaworaje began something ugly happened to me, something arrived and shook the very foundation of my faith. The ground beneath me began to open up and I trembled. Things will show up to test how badly you desire something. Things will happen just to see if you are willing to fight for it.… Continue reading My Iyaworaje: The First 200 Days (part 2)

My Iyaworaje: The First 200 Days (part 1)

  Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars. Khalil Gibran Most religions recognize some form of honoring the divine, this invisible presence and representation of a force and source that is passed down as religious text, from person to person, culture to culture and from belief… Continue reading My Iyaworaje: The First 200 Days (part 1)

International Decade for People of African Descent #afrolatinos

On the occasion of Human Rights Day, you are cordially invited to a Film Night to celebrate: 2015 - 2024 International Decade for People of African Descent Thursday, 8 December 2016 United Nations Headquarters Conference Room 4 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. It is a huge honor to be invited to showcase our film AfroLatinos: An… Continue reading International Decade for People of African Descent #afrolatinos

The breakdown to the breakthrough!

The month of October has blessed me with so much. 15 years ago I lost everything and kept my commitment to become a writer and never looked back, ten years ago it was the birth of the NYCLWG and the Daughters of the Revolution, 8 years ago I was traveling with Afrolatinos Tele to work… Continue reading The breakdown to the breakthrough!

Afrolatinos An Untaught History Documentary

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