Legacy of 1804 | Afrolatino Festival | Afrolatinidad & Haiti #LOF1804

Join me this Friday night at 9PM as I play and comment live in interviews and clips I recorded last weekend at the Afrolatino Festival 2017.

Topics: Afrolatino Festival 2017 | Afrolatinidad

 Guests: Dr. Steeve Coupeau (Film professor, Filmmaker) | Ayanna Legros (History Doctoral Student) | Amilcar Priestley (Founder, Afrolatino Festival) | Afrolatino Festival Awardees (Gloria Karamañites, Kahira Kelly, Susana Baca, Elizabeth Acevedo)

Listen live or archived right here at kiskeacity.com at the player below http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2017/07/15/legacy-of-1804-afrolatino-festival-afrolatinidad-haiti-lof1804. You can also listen to the live broadcast at 714-242-6119.

You can listen to past shows on iTunes by searching keywords 'Legacy of 1804'. Past shows are also available at http://www.kiskeacity.com/search/label/LOF1804. On Twitter: react to or ask questions by using the hashtag #LOF1804.

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I played my thank you remarks at the Afrolatino Festival (I received a Cultural Preservation Award for my Wikipedia work with Afrocrowd) as well as those of awardees Susana Baca, Gloria Karamañites, Zahira Kelly and Elizabeth Acevedo.

I also discussed what an Afrolatino is and the purpose of the Afrolatino Festival with Amilcar Priestley, whether Haitians are Afrolatinos with Ayanna Legros and the film on Father Joseph and Fonkoze that Steeve Coupeau is distributing.

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