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Indigenous People in the South Bronx are transforming their communities and creating urban green agricultural spaces and incorporating traditional and cultural ways of living and being. Join us as we talk with independent producer, film maker Felix Leo Campos about the grassroots organizing that is taking place in the South Bronx to elevate the people and the necessities of life. There are lots of extraordinary people in New York City who believe in giving back to their community and Felix Leo Campos is one of those persons. Felix Leo Campos was born and raised in New York’s Spanish Harlem, El Barrio, is a community/media activist and former teacher of the NYC Board of Education. One of his passions is to document community organizers, artists, educators and ordinary people who have contributed and worked hard to transform their communities. Felix Leo Campos founded a nonprofit multi-media arts organization called AfterDark CATV Productions. He has worked for independent and alternative media organizations such as the Alliance for Community Media, the Association of Independent Video & Filmmakers, Film, Video Arts(FVA), among others. Campos has also produced and hosted programs for PBS, for radio (WHBI, WBAI, WHLC),for cable television and public access networks.

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