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Advancing the Visibility of Latin@s of African Descent
Advancing the Visibility of Latin@s of African Descent

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Join us for a discussion led by AfroCuban author, bibliographer, and activist Tomás Fernandez Robaína on the crucial role of books in the advancement of Black advocacy
movements throughout the Americas.

Learn about the Forum’s new projects aimed at increasing AfroLatin@ visibility and representation. These initiatives include raising the AfroLatin@ count in the 2020 census; developing a national network to promote and support AfroLatin@ Studies; and preparing a retrospective exhibition on the work of photographer Tony Gleaton.

Find out how you can play a role in making a positive change.

Come ready to take action!

Sponsored by the Ford Foundation and Co-Sponsored by the Center for Caribbean and Latin American Studies and the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, both at NYU. 

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The afrolatin@ forum  is pleased to partner with the public media station WNET on a new initiative, “Latino Americans of New York and New Jersey,” a multimedia project that includes a special 30-minute program about the lives of local Latin@s, to air on the stations Thirteen, WLIW21, and NJTV this fall. The program will premiere on the same night as the landmark PBS series, "Latino Americans," on September 17, 2013.

You can help represent the lives, achievements, culture and rich diversity of AfroLatin@s by going to thirteen.org/share to share your story. About what? It could be about you, your family, culture, history, traditions, favorite meal or any part of your Latin@ identity. Share your personal story along with a photo or video. The program will feature some of the submissions; all will be available on the web site, including the story of the afrolatin@ forum.
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The afrolatin@ forum  is pleased to partner with the public media station WNET on a new initiative, “Latino Americans of New York and New Jersey,” a multimedia project that includes a special 30-minute program about the lives of local Latin@s, to air on the stations Thirteen, WLIW21, and NJTV this fall. The program will premiere on the same night as the landmark PBS series, "Latino Americans," on September 17, 2013.

You can help represent the lives, achievements, culture and rich diversity of AfroLatin@s by going to thirteen.org/share to share your story. About what? It could be about you, your family, culture, history, traditions, favorite meal or any part of your Latin@ identity. Share your personal story along with a photo or video. The program will feature some of the submissions; all will be available on the web site, including the story of the afrolatin@ forum.
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The afrolatin@ forum  is pleased to partner with the public media station WNET on a new initiative, “Latino Americans of New York and New Jersey,” a multimedia project that includes a special 30-minute program about the lives of local Latin@s, to air on the stations Thirteen, WLIW21, and NJTV this fall. The program will premiere on the same night as the landmark PBS series, "Latino Americans," on September 17, 2013.

You can help represent the lives, achievements, culture and rich diversity of AfroLatin@s by going to thirteen.org/share to share your story. About what? It could be about you, your family, culture, history, traditions, favorite meal or any part of your Latin@ identity. Share your personal story along with a photo or video. The program will feature some of the submissions; all will be available on the web site, including the story of the afrolatin@ forum.
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