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Epiphany Radio presents The HIDDEN: What does it Mean to be Afro- LatinX?

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What does Afro-Latinx  mean?Afro-Latin refers to people from Latin American countries with African ancestry. In both Latin America and the United States, this population is usually coded as being Black.Afro-Latin, and other identifiers like the Spanish afrodescendientes (those of African descent), have long been used by governments and academics for Latin American people with African roots. Due to slavery and colonization, there are large populations of Afro-Latin people in Latin America, including Mexico, the Caribbean, Colombia, and Brazil. In this  show  We will explore  what is means to be  Afro-Latinidad. the Discussion will be  Seasoned with some Incredible Poetry! From  Shaggy Flores: Nuyorican-Massarican Poet Shaggy Flores hails from Guaynabo (Borinken), El Barrio and Shaolin (Nueva Yol), Springfield (New England), and the DMV area. He is the author of Sancocho: A Book of Nuyorican Poetry and Obatala’s Bugalu: A Book of Nuyorican Sights and Sounds. His work can also be found in Manteca! An Anthology of Afro-Latino@ Poets.

Mercy Tullis-Bukhari is an ELA Teacher at NYC Department of Education, an Adjunct Professor at The College of New Rochelle. She is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, lover, mezcal aficionado, poet... Blaize the Poet "Blaize The Poet" is a Baton Rouge native by way of Chicago. She has inspired many audiences around the nation with her authentically southern poetry and personality.  John Robinson  also known as Jrob the Wise Son is a  Poet, Writer, Performer Harlem  Writers Guild Member, Epiphany Radio Host and Bronx Native.Founder of A DEEPER SHADE OF SOUL, ENTERPRISES, LLC, John is the author of the soon to be released  A Spoken Word Soliloquy and co-author of the book “ Sygnifyn Harlem “ in collaboration with the poet Jade Banks. 319-527-6300 press 1 to be heard