The Afro-Latino Festival NYC 2018, Implications From Harlem To Hollis

The conversation around Afrolatinidad that has reemerged in recent years continues to blossom from Harlem to Hollis. This year they look to expand the conversation around identity as well as its implications for future cultural, socio-economic and political growth.

Friday, July 13th, 10am-5pm/ All ages


  • Talk 1: Race, Ethnicity and Criminal Justice Reform
  • Talk 2: The Census in the Americas: Identity and Resources

Awards Luncheon & Keynote Speaker

  • Talk 3: TBA
  • Talk 4: TBA

Creative Understandings Workshop

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  • Topic 1: Intellectual Property Fundamentals: Copyright & Trademarks
  • Topic 2: Licensing & Royalties 101

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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037

Photo credit: Afro-Latino Fest NYC 2016 via source.

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