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Music, Performing Arts, Social Good, Virtual & Streaming
Three Latinx organizations in Massachusetts, Hyde Square Task Force, Amplify Latinx, and Ágora Cultural Architects, come together to keep Latino culture buzzing with #CadenciaLatina: Performances from home.
On June 14th at 7pm, Bajucol, a Colombian Folklore Dance group will be performing a ballet folk dance on Facebook Live. Bajucol is a non-profit organization, founded by Miguel Vargas in 1995, dedicated to entertain and inspire young people to pursue their passion for Colombian Folklore and dance. Bajucol is composed of 20 youngsters of different ages who come together for their love of dance and to represent their Latin American Identity. Bajucol not only inspires young people to pursue careers as performers, but it also aims to teach the community about Colombia’s history, heritage, and culture through expressive folkloric dances and lively performances. Tune in on Bajucol’s Facebook Page and enjoy this amazing performance from the safety of your home.
Check out the full calendar of events, Thursdays and Sundays at 7pm ET (except 6/28)!
May 31, 7pm, Fabiola Méndez
June 4, 7pm, Manolo Mairena y Leo Blanco
June 7, 7pm, Angel Subero
June 11, 7pm, Yara Liceaga
June 14, 7pm, Bajucol
June 18, 7pm, Marsha Parrilla
June 21, 7pm, Eli Pabón
June 25, 7pm, Paloma Valenzuela
June 28, 3pm, Ana Masacote
July 2, 7pm, Zahili Gonzalez
July 5, 7pm, Andrea Cruz
While we have your attention ;) : Let’s make sure Latinxs are seen and heard every day. Take the opportunity to visit https://2020census.gov/ and fill out the Census. Latinxs make up an undercounted group, which puts us at a disadvantage that could mean less funding and political voice.
About the organizations:
Amplify Latinx is a non-partisan, collaborative movement whose mission is to build Latinx economic and political power by significantly increasing Latinx civic engagement and representation in leadership positions across sectors.
Hyde Square Task Force’s mission is to amplify the power, creativity, and voices of youth, connecting them to Afro-Latin culture and heritage so they can create a diverse, vibrant Latin Quarter and build a just, equitable Boston. HSTF is the managing partner of Boston’s Latin Quarter, which is a culturally, racially, and economically diverse cultural district located in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood that aims to preserve and uplift its rich Afro-Latin history and culture.
Cojuelos’ Productions is a Consulting Agency that celebrates all artistic expression through creative and innovative, diverse and culturally oriented programming and curated experiences.
Ágora Cultural Architects is a boutique production and consulting firm committed to Latinx arts and communication.