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Oct 18

NEGRO: A documentary about Latino Identity Screening + Panel Discussion on AfroLatinas and beauty image and mental health with the producer Dash Harris, Carolina Contreras of Miss Rizos.com
Sunday, October 26th 
2pm-4pm 
La Casa Azul Bookstore
103rd St. and Lexington

$10 suggested donation
RSVP to RSVP.lacasaazul@gmail.com 

Please consider bringing a brown doll for the newly launched AfroLatino Travel’s “Brown Dolls for Brown Children - Panama” Campaign. 



 

NEGRO: A documentary about Latino Identity Screening + Panel Discussion on AfroLatinas and beauty image and mental health with the producer Dash Harris, Carolina Contreras of Miss Rizos.com

Sunday, October 26th
2pm-4pm 
La Casa Azul Bookstore
103rd St. and Lexington
$10 suggested donation
RSVP to RSVP.lacasaazul@gmail.com 
Please consider bringing a brown doll for the newly launched AfroLatino Travel’s “Brown Dolls for Brown Children - Panama” Campaign. 

 

Sep 19

afrolatinoforum:

Red de Mujeres Afro-latinoamericanas, Afrocaribeñas y de la Diáspora, Encuentro Diaspora Afro, Where and When I Enter, the Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute and the Afrolatin@ Projectinvite you to attend a panel discussion
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 20146-8:30 PM
"THE STATE OF BLACK WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA"
Altagracia Balcácer Molina (Dominican Republic)Paola Yañez Inofuentes (Bolivia) Nedelka Lacayo (Honduras)Yvette Modestin, Moderator (Panama) 
Opening Remarks: Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute
FREE
WILLIAMSBURG MUSIC CENTER  367 BEDFORD AVE. @ SOUTH 6thWILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN
J-M-Z Train to Marcy Ave. 
Reception: Live Performance by Mai-elka Prado of the Del Sonido Collective; Poetry reading by Monica Carrillo to follow.
Come hear activists from the Network of Afro-latinamerican, Afro-Caribbean and Diaspora women as they share their experiences and discuss their work to raise the visibility and improve the lives of women in their communities. It has been well documented that when women are empowered, communities prosper. They will also provide an interim report on their progress as collaborators in the MY World / World We Want 2015 campaign. With the launch of the International Decade of People of African Descent and the Sustainable Development Goals both in 2015 this will be a timely discussion.

afrolatinoforum:

Red de Mujeres Afro-latinoamericanas, Afrocaribeñas y de la DiásporaEncuentro Diaspora AfroWhere and When I Enter, the Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute and the Afrolatin@ Projectinvite you to attend a panel discussion

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
6-8:30 PM

"THE STATE OF BLACK WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA"

Altagracia Balcácer Molina (Dominican Republic)
Paola Yañez Inofuentes (Bolivia) 
Nedelka Lacayo (Honduras)
Yvette Modestin, Moderator (Panama) 

Opening Remarks: Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute

FREE

WILLIAMSBURG MUSIC CENTER
  367 BEDFORD AVE. @ SOUTH 6th
WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN

J-M-Z Train to Marcy Ave. 

Reception: Live Performance by Mai-elka Prado of the Del Sonido Collective; Poetry reading by Monica Carrillo to follow.

Come hear activists from the Network of Afro-latinamerican, Afro-Caribbean and Diaspora women as they share their experiences and discuss their work to raise the visibility and improve the lives of women in their communities. It has been well documented that when women are empowered, communities prosper. They will also provide an interim report on their progress as collaborators in the MY World / World We Want 2015 campaign. With the launch of the International Decade of People of African Descent and the Sustainable Development Goals both in 2015 this will be a timely discussion.

Sep 15

TONIGHT!
La Casa Cultural Latina Presents
NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 

TONIGHT!

La Casa Cultural Latina Presents

NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 

Jul 28

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Jul 14

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Jul 07

NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity
Screening + Q & A
Thursday July 10th
7pm-8:30pm
Nicholas
570 Fulton St. 
Brooklyn, NY
Please RSVP to Dash@NegroDocumentary.com
$10 suggested donation 
At the screening, I will also be collecting doll donations for the “Brown Dolls for Brown Children” campaign for Afrodescendant children in Panama!!!
More info here: Crioya Global Movement, AfroLatino Travel and Panamerican Shipping are collecting Brown Dolls for Children in Panama!

NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity

Screening + Q & A

Thursday July 10th

7pm-8:30pm

Nicholas

570 Fulton St. 

Brooklyn, NY

Please RSVP to Dash@NegroDocumentary.com

$10 suggested donation 

At the screening, I will also be collecting doll donations for the “Brown Dolls for Brown Children” campaign for Afrodescendant children in Panama!!!

More info hereCrioya Global Movement, AfroLatino Travel and Panamerican Shipping are collecting Brown Dolls for Children in Panama!

Jun 11

youdontlooklatino:

Not sure exactly what this mother said before entering the taxi, but the boy was repeating, “…pero Mamá, estos negros no se ven peligrosos. No se ven peligrosos como me dijiste Mamá” as he tried unsuccessfully to shush him. (“…but Mom, these black men don’t look dangerous. They don’t look dangerous like you told me, Mom.”)
-As told by Alex Hardy, AfroPanamanian-American expat living in Panama City, Panama. 
A typical story of daily treatment of Afrodescendants in Latin America.

youdontlooklatino:

Not sure exactly what this mother said before entering the taxi, but the boy was repeating, “…pero Mamá, estos negros no se ven peligrosos. No se ven peligrosos como me dijiste Mamá” as he tried unsuccessfully to shush him. (“…but Mom, these black men don’t look dangerous. They don’t look dangerous like you told me, Mom.”)

-As told by Alex Hardy, AfroPanamanian-American expat living in Panama City, Panama.

A typical story of daily treatment of Afrodescendants in Latin America.

Mar 17

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Las Caras Lindas…
New NEGRO postcards! 

Las Caras Lindas…

New NEGRO postcards! 

Mar 05

Join us for FREE screening of
NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity 
by Dash Harris
followed by a panel discussion with
Dash Harris, Janel Martinez of “Ain’t I Latina” and Crystal S. Roman of the Black Latina Movement.
Tuesday March 18, 2014
5:30pm-7:30pm
Brooklyn Heights Library
280 Cadman Plaza West (aka Court Street)
DIRECTIONS
R train to Court St. (from Brooklyn only)
2,3,4,5 trains to Brooklyn Borough Hall
A,C,F trains to Jay Street Metro Tech

Join us for FREE screening of

NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity 

by Dash Harris

followed by a panel discussion with

Dash Harris, Janel Martinez of “Ain’t I Latina” and Crystal S. Roman of the Black Latina Movement.

Tuesday March 18, 2014

5:30pm-7:30pm

Brooklyn Heights Library

280 Cadman Plaza West (aka Court Street)

DIRECTIONS

R train to Court St. (from Brooklyn only)

2,3,4,5 trains to Brooklyn Borough Hall

A,C,F trains to Jay Street Metro Tech

SURVEY: Mujer Afro: Violence in the Lives of Afrodescendant Women -

diasporadash:

This is an anonymous survey that aims to quantify violence (physical, emotional, psychological, verbal or sexual abuse) in the lives of African Diasporic women. [Afrodescendant women in the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean] for an upcoming documentary/multi-media project. The survey is also…

Feb 17

DC peeps! Come thru!
Negro: A docuseries about Latino Identity will be screened along with Q & A before the panel! 

Registration is FREE and easy!

Click here to register for the Public Forum on February 18th.
Click here to register for the Awards Ceremony & Dance Performances on February 19th.
Both events are free and open to the public. 

DC peeps! Come thru!

Negro: A docuseries about Latino Identity will be screened along with Q & A before the panel! 

Registration is FREE and easy!

Click here to register for the Public Forum on February 18th.

Click here to register for the Awards Ceremony & Dance Performances on February 19th.

Both events are free and open to the public. 

Jan 21

NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity Black History Month Specials

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January 31, 2014 - March 1, 2014

Three options to choose from (as well as the option to solely purchase PDF Teaching Guide):

Cimarron Special

Month-long access to all video shorts in the series

$20.99

 Bolivarian Special

Month-long access to all video shorts + two-hour long documentary

$30.99

 Educator’s Package*

Month-long access to all video shorts + two-hour long documentary + PDF Teaching Guide with contextual history and resource recommendations+ 20 minute Skype session with Dash for your class or organization

$50.99

*For the educator’s option you must attend a 30-minute webinar on how to use teaching materials. Questions, concerns and feedback are welcomed during this time. Webinars will take place Wednesday, January 29th 8:30pm-9:30pm and Thursday, January 30th from 8:30pm-9:30pm. Sign up for a 30-minute slot within these timeframes.

Dec 19

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Dec 16

Hey, if you haven’t already, like the NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity facebook page!

Hey, if you haven’t already, like the NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity facebook page!