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Xicago: Red Bull Music Festival’s Latinx Celebration!

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Xicago: Red Bull Music Festival’s Latinx Celebration!

El festival Xicago celebra la vibrante comunidad musical latina existente en Chicago. Con una programación distribuida entre dos escenarios, destaca la presencia de DJ crew Pachanga quienes dedicarán su set a los éxitos que suenan en su célebre sesión de club. Otros alicientes que reúne el cartel son el R&B contemporáneo de Kaina; la cantante, compositora y productora Tatiana Haze con su bilingüe y ensoñador pop; el rapero con conciencia política Navarro; DJ Boi Jeanius, quien ha paseado por todo el mundo su propuesta de espíritu festivo e influencias latinas; y el quinteto de jazz Dos Santos, que mezcla su música con todo tipo de sonidos, desde la cumbia hasta el punk. ¡Prepárate para una noche de baile de principio a fin! XICAGO LINEUP Pachanga Pachanga is comprised of a tight knit crew. They look forward to spreading positive vibes through the sweet sounds of LatinX music and culture. Future Rootz Future Rootz is a collective of Latinx music curators, artists, taste-makers, and socio-cultural instigators. Their work represents an international border-less artistic intersection. Boi Jeanius Boi Jeanius is a Chicago-based award winning DJ, music producer, and entrepreneur. ¡ESSO! Afrojam Funkbeat ÉSSO is the brainchild of Chicago born songwriter and producer Armando Pérez. He curated an inner city big band of rotating members which definitively unsealed an agile sound. Tatiana Hazel Tatiana Hazel is a singer, songwriter, producer, and fashion designer from the west side of Chicago. At age 11 Tatiana taught herself to play guitar and she has been writing her own songs ever since. Navarro Navarro is a vivid writer with a story to tell and an uncanny talent to point out with precision the realities of life as a Latino in the United States. Dos Santos Dos Santos is a Chicago-based band grounded in the sounds of popular Latin American dance genres with psychedelic flare, from Colombian Cumbia to Afro-Caribbean Salsa. KAINA KAINA is a first-generation Latina, born and raised in Chicago. The sweet-hearted optimism in her writing aims to connect to and lift the spirit of the listener. Victor! Growing up in a musical household, Victor has a natural knack for combining his ever present DIY knowledge with his passion for online collaboration to create hits from the comfort of his bedroom. Dave Mata Dave Mata has built a reputation as a key player in Chicago’s music & nightlife culture. He played in punk bands as a child as an answer to his parents strict religious upbringing. Daniel Villarreal-Carrillo Originally from Panama, Daniel fuses his pan-Latin style with a solid pocket & backbeat influences from afro-beat, boogaloo, rock, jazz, hip-hop, & funk to create organic modern danceable...

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Gypset Magazine at Hispanicize 2018: The influencer take over by LOLA @paoayaq

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Gypset Magazine at Hispanicize 2018: The influencer take over by LOLA @paoayaq

Hey guys. My name is Paola Ayala and I’m a 25 year old Colombian lawyer. I’ve been learning from an amazing audience of women all around the world through platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the last 6 years of my life. I’m what you call an influencer, or incorrectamente in countries like my own: “la youtuber”. I like to go for content creator. Because that’s what I do. I create digital content for my audience. They’re not “fans” like the ones singers and actors have. They might not even be “followers”, “subscribers” or even “likes” as the platforms mentioned before have given us the idea of what they’re supposed to be. My audience is regular people, like you and me. And that’s the reason why they’re awesome. The first time I attended Hispanicize was three years ago. It was the first big social media event I ever attended. I went as an influencer, with my followers, my likes and my subscribers. I was taking pictures for Instagram and recording videos about the experience for my channels. I was taking notes at the different panels and learning from other hispanics that had been working in this digital world for a long time and had a lot to teach us. I thought I was going to meet and make friends with more “youtubers” and even though I did meet a lot of them, I became friends with the publisher of a digital magazine. She happened to be Colombian, had a great attitude, didn’t care if she was talking to the waitress at the social media gathering or the best publicist in town, she treated them equally. That’s something I’d do and that’s exactly what I like in people, so we connected. Three years later I not only love and respect her. But she adopted me as her little sister. We were hanging in her house in LA and out of nowhere she goes off to a vacation wedding in Guatemala and trusts me with her apartment, her cars, her plants, her dog son and her magazine. She came up with the idea of sending me to Hispanicize as press. To cover the event for her magazine. I said “sure, I got you boo” but I had to do it the only way I knew how…as an influencer. So together we came up with this take over. It happened way to fast. The dog and the plants survived. Cars and apartment still ok. But I was able to see this event from a whole new perspective and I will be forever grateful. I was able to hang out with my influencer friends, met another badass chick that happened to be presenting the whole event and did an AMAZING job at it. And even had the chance to interview some awesome latino hollywood stars such as Mario Lopez and Ana Maria Polo. My experience started with a speed dating with brands, which felt awesome. The rush of going from one table to another and being able to put a face to “that person” you’re usually emailing whenever you’re working with a brand. That face to face experience is not something you can do as an influencer working with different brands, they’re usually in another city, state or even country....

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Glass en Cines 18 De Enero

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Glass en Cines 18 De Enero

Night Shyamalan reúne las historias de dos de sus aclamadas películas originales —Unbreakable, estrenada por Touchstone en el 2000, y Split, estrenada por Universal en el 2016— en un nuevo y explosivo suspenso con estilo de cómic: Glass. Bruce Willis regresa como David Dunn de Unbreakable al igual que Samuel L. Jackson como Elijah Price, también conocido por su seudónimo de Mr. Glass. A ellos se les unen James McAvoy de Split, repitiendo su personaje de Kevin Wendell Crumb y las múltiples identidades que residen en su interior, y Anya Taylor-Joy como Casey Cooke, la única cautiva que sobrevivió un encuentro con la Bestia. Luego de los sucesos de Split, Glass encuentra a Dunn persiguiendo a la identidad sobrehumana de Crumb conocida como la Bestia, en una serie de encuentros cada vez más intensos, mientras la presencia oculta de Price emerge como la figura de un orquestador que posee secretos cruciales para ambos. Al reparto estelar se unen Spencer Treat Clark y Charlayne Woodard de Unbreakable, quienes repiten sus papeles del hijo de Dunn y la madre de Price, así como también la ganadora del Globo de Oro Sarah Paulson (de la serie American Horror Story). Esta cautivante culminación de sus éxitos de taquilla internacionales es producida por Shyamalan y Jason Blum de Blumhouse Production, quien también produjo las dos películas anteriores del guionista y director para Universal. Vuelven a producir junto a Ashwin Rajan y Marc Bienstock, con la participación de Steven Schneider y Kevin Frakes, a cargo de la producción ejecutiva. Gary Barber y Roger Birnbaum también son productores ejecutivos. Glass, una producción de Blinding Edge Pictures y Blumhouse, será estrenada por Universal Pictures en América del Norte el 18 de enero del 2019 y por Buena Vista International en el resto del mundo. Genre: Comic-Book Thriller Cast: James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy, with Sarah Paulson and Samuel L. Jackson Written and Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan Produced by: M. Night Shyamalan, Jason Blum, Marc Bienstock, Ashwin Rajan Executive Producers: Steven Schneider, Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Kevin Frakes Facebook | Twitter | Instagram |...

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Let’s Get #Wanderlust | Ritakuwa-Refugio La Roca, Santander Colombia

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Let’s Get #Wanderlust | Ritakuwa-Refugio La Roca, Santander Colombia

Tucked away in the the middle of rocks, perched on the edge of Mesa de Los Santos, in Santader, Colombia Refugio la Roca offers a unique experience with rustic accommodations, excellent view and fantastic rock climbing in a world-class location. The Hostel Unique in it’s nature guests are offered 16 distinct accommodation experiences, from the Ecottage, La Nube, Guane, Ritakuwa, Kilimajaro, El Mirador, El Vivac, Proa, Manaslu, Lhotse, Annapurna, K2, Sirara, Concavito, Solaris to the El Caney Dormitorio. Rustic cabins that sit on the edge of the canyon offering mesmerizing views from every window. What to do Besides the awesome climbing there are plenty of things to do at Las Rocas, from a Caminata Vertical, trekking, Visit Pueblo de Los Santos or Bucaramanga the city, stock up at Mercado Campesino, or hop on the Coffee Tour, take the teleferico at Parque Chicamocha, bike or visit the Huerta Biologica, dare to paragrade? A place to rest, contemplate nature and enjoy the silence, the perfect place to find yourself, practice yoga, rock climbing, hiking and biking. Refugio La Roca is a place that invites you to relax, get up to the sunrise peeking through the rustic windows while sipping on delicious Colombian coffee.  Enjoy nature at its fullest, from the birds, butterflies, views and end your day with a healthy dinner, a natural juice, a good wine or a cold beer. A perfect place to share, love, dream and enjoy an extraordinary experience, Refugio la Roca, Santander Colombia! Refugio La ROCA...

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Imprisoned Celebrity Benefit Screening hosted by Esai Morales and Lisa Vidal

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Imprisoned Celebrity Benefit Screening hosted by Esai Morales and Lisa Vidal

Equitas Entertainment is proud to announce the line-up for the upcoming Imprisoned Celebrity Benefit Screening hosted by Esai Morales and Lisa Vidal. Today, final preparations are in motion for the red carpet event taking place on Thursday, October 25th at the famed Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California. Imprisoned, produced by Equitas Entertainment and starring Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix), Juan Pablo Raba (Narcos), Juana Acosta (Velvet), Jon Huertas (This is Us), Esai Morales (How to Get Away with Murder), Edward James Olmos (Mayans MC), John Heard (Sopranos) and Ana Isabelle (Dementia 13), is set in Puerto Rico and centers on the themes of love, redemption, revenge and forgiveness. The benefit screening is a way of giving back to the island that welcomed the production with open arms a year ago last May. Imprisoned was the last film to complete principal photography before the devastation of hurricanes Irma and Maria hit the island. As a company, Equitas gave direct support immediately after the natural disasters hit Puerto Rico and now intends to use the film to raise capital for ongoing relief and raise awareness about the work that still needs to be done. The Imprisoned benefit event will kick-off with a star-studded red carpet and private reception for cast, sponsors and VIP’s. The evening will continue with an advanced screening of the film followed by the panel discussion moderated by Socio-Cultural Analyst, Dr. Donald Grant, “Making Social Change Through the Entertainment Lens” with filmmakers, cast, and social impact specialists. The evening will conclude with a Puerto Rican celebration complete with live music by Latin GRAMMY Nominee Oskar Cartaya featuring Angelo Pagan, spirits provided by Rums of Puerto Rico and light fare sponsored by Mofongos Puerto Rican Restaurant. Writer/Director/Producer Paul Kampf is determined to prove that Equitas Entertainment can do well and do good at the same time by approaching storytelling from a different perspective. “Equitas Entertainment, from the onset, has been committed to being an exemplary model of making social change through our films as we’ve done with Imprisoned,” declared Kampf. “And, we believe it can become a blueprint for other production companies to examine and take further.” “We invite everyone to join us on October 25th for a special evening, united in reinforcing our support for Puerto Rico,” said Holly LeVow, Co-founder Equitas Entertainment. “Puerto Ricans in Action are doing an amazing job and their actions continue to save and improve lives daily. We are honored to contribute the proceeds of this night to support their efforts.” The Imprisoned Benefit Screening is presented by Apertura Showcase, in association with the American Cinematheque, and Equitas Entertainment and sponsored by Paradigm Talent Agency, Kohler Co., H2O Worldwide, Inland Body & Paint Center, Rums of Puerto Rico, Mursuli Cigars, Mofongos, New York Cake Pops, Andes Wines and Latin Heat Entertainment. Imprisoned cast and confirmed guests include: Laurence Fishburne(Actor, The Matrix / Imprisoned), Juan Pablo Raba (Actor, Narcos / Imprisoned), Juana Acosta (Actor, Velvet / Imprisoned), Jon Huertas (Actor, This is Us / Imprisoned), Esai Morales (Actor, How to Get Away with Murder / Imprisoned), Edward James Olmos (Actor, Mayans MC / Imprisoned), John Heard (Actor, Sopranos / Imprisoned), Ana Isabelle (Actor, Imprisoned), Yancey Arias (Actor, Queen of the South), Edy Ganem (Actor, Devious Maids), Joyce Giraud (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), Zulay Henao...

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“Raise Some Hell”

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“Raise Some Hell”

Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg and fellow Stoneman Douglas shooting survivors lend their voices to new campaign, “Raise Some Hell” an empowering benefit song and video project released on Sony Music Imprint, Misfit Mindz Entertainment. Their mission is to mobilize young voters to raise their voices in the upcoming midterm elections. Emma Gonzalez, school shooting survivor advocating for sensible gun laws in America, mobilized the country with her moving words heard around the world when she famously repeated the phrase” We call BS” during a televised speech after the attack in Parkland, Florida last February.  Together with survivors across the country, a movement has been built encompassed of young people fighting, in a very literal sense, for their lives. The #MarchForOurLives demonstrated the formidable influence young people can exert upon the political process.  Building on that momentum, the #RaiseSomeHell project, spearheaded by international recording artist Ian Erix, comes at a crucial time as we approach midterm elections. “Now their time is up, cause we’ve had enough. This generation won’t stand for political nonsense and social injustice any longer,” says Erix in the powerful song and accompanying video that serves as a rallying cry to the youth of America, imploring them to rise up and let their voices be heard. The video features many young kids and students who stand up against the NRA and demand sensible gun law reforms. It also champions people from all walks of life, from immigrants to people of color to the LGBTQ community, many of whom also feel marginalized and persecuted in the current political climate. The #RaiseSomeHell video can now be seen on YouTube and Facebook and the song is streamable and downloadable across all major digital music platforms. The benefit record, written by Ian Erix features background chants and soundbites from actual survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School attack. 100% of all profits from this project have been pledged to support victims of gun violence and nonprofits that support social justice movements for change, such as the student formed March For Our Lives organization and The HUGG Coalition, a nonprofit recently founded by Erix to fight injustice, spread positivity and empower youth. #RaiseSomeHell is an empowering, uplifting anthem that hopes to reach young people across the country, reminding them they can make a difference in the policies we put in place and the leaders we choose to represent the people’s interests. Join the Movement on TWITTER | FACEBOOK |...

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The Music Center’s 40th Annual Very Special Arts Festival Celebrates Students Of All Abilities

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The Music Center’s 40th Annual Very Special Arts Festival Celebrates Students Of All Abilities

– More Than 3,000 Students Are Stars for a Day in Performances in Front of The Music Center’s Walt Disney Concert Hall – The Music Center’s 40th Annual Very Special Arts Festival today welcomed more than 3,000 K-12 students of all abilities from all over Los Angeles County to celebrate their artistic achievements, explore the arts and connect with one another along with their mainstream peers.  More than 90 schools attended this year’s free festival, the only one of its kind in the County, which included live performances of music and movement from nearly 30 school groups and a display of hundreds of pieces of student artwork based on the festival’s theme “Celebrate!” The festival featured continuous student performances on an outdoor stage in front of The Music Center’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, along with numerous visual and performing arts participatory workshops led by both professional teaching artists and high school students.  Students also enjoyed performances by Ballet Folclorico Do Brasil; magician Allen Oshiro; dance lessons and face painting by Los Angeles County High School for Arts students; mask, hat, and puppet making; a disco; and much more. “By celebrating students of all abilities, The Music Center’s Very Special Arts Festival provides a platform for our students to express themselves, share their creative achievements and experience how the arts can transform lives,” said Keith Wyffels, associate vice president, education of The Music Center.  “Over the past 40 years, this multilayered festival has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of young people, their families and their teachers, and underscored The Music Center’s commitment to deepening the lives of Angelenos through the arts.” During the event, Grand Avenue came alive in front of the Concert Hall with a wide range of student performances, including instrumental, vocal, dance and other presentations.  The younger students also enjoyed interacting with a number of high school students, including visual arts and theatre students from Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA), which sponsored a face painting workshop; and LACHSA dance students who conducted dance lessons for the students at an on-site disco. The Music Center’s Very Special Arts Festival is produced in partnership with the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Los Angeles County Office of Education.  Schools throughout Los Angeles County with students in grades K-12 are invited to participate.  Support for this year’s event comes from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, LSMK Investments, The Music Center Leadership Council and the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.  The festival is part of The Music Center’s longstanding, multi-faceted arts education program that serves students and teachers throughout Los Angeles County. About The Music Center  The Music Center convenes artists, communities and ideas with the goal of enriching the cultural lives of every resident in Los Angeles County.  The non-profit performing arts organization has two divisions: The Music Center Ops, which manages The Music Center’s four theatres, an outdoor plaza and Grand Park on behalf of the County of Los Angeles; and The Music Center Arts, which curates a world-class dance series, Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center; produces and presents programming in other arts genres with a focus on engagement; and presents nationally recognized arts education.  The Music Center is also home to four renowned resident companies – Center Theatre Group, the LA Master Chorale,...

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Food Connection L.A. | Noche Bohemia

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Food Connection L.A. | Noche Bohemia

Once again Food Connection LA created a magical atmosphere where foodies, music and culture collided in perfect harmony during Noche Bohemia. Hosted at La Carmencita LA dinner guest enjoyed a delicious menu specially crafted for the night, La Carmencita Corn on the Cob, Chiles Gueros de Marlin, Green Ceviche (Tostadita V), Sopes (Gonzalez) Cochinita, Tlacoyo Con Nopal and delicious Mexican Flan. Guest were serenaded with acoustic baladas by @Somoseya, cocktails by Mezcal El Silencio and ice cold beer by Cerveza Gallo. Stay tuned for the next Pop-Up at @FoodConnectionLA Food Connection L.A. Pop-Up Restaurant is not to be missed, the mission is to offer Traditional Latin American Cuisine to food-loving souls together for a collaborative communal dining experience, an exploration of food and culture. VIEW...

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Draco Rosa 333

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Draco Rosa 333

Puerto Rican rock icon Draco Rosa has released the official music video for new single “333” off his upcoming album Monte Sagrado. The video was created by the Colombian animation team SHARPBALL and inspired by the world inside the album’s cover art, originally designed by Draco’s son Revel Rosa. “Upon seeing the album cover, Moebius and Jodorowsky came to mind and Robert Valley’s work on Metallica’s ‘Murder One’ music video struck a chord with the song’s opening riff,” says the director Miguel Jimenez. “What really sets the mise-en-scène apart from everything else we’ve worked on was bringing the poetic and lyrical world of Draco Rosa to life; it’s that special place where you can truly look back and reflect on the man as a gifted artist, genius songwriter and master storyteller. We had page after page of some of the best lines in music, no language distinctions, to whip up an alternate universe.” Los Hermanos Jimenez found inspiration in Blade Runner, Batman mythos and anime classics for reference points in creating the “333” video. “What really drove the look and feel of the project was the chance to upgrade a nostalgia for late Seventies and early Eighties sci-fi: something we found to complement the music in the same context; the old school stoner prog build of the song plus the haunting but sludgy groove,” Jimenez explains. Monte Sagrado, set for release October 26, is Draco’s first album of all new songs in 9 years. It was conceived while Dracowas at something of a crossroads in his life. Having spent years in and out of doctor’s care due to the onset of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, he decided to spend more healing, surrounded by his 100 acre tropical rainforest in Puerto Rico where his love for coffee and agriculture represents an escape from the chaos that was surrounding him at that moment. “The thing about Monte Sagrado is, there’s a ceremonial park near where I live in Utuado, and there’s a very deep spiritual energy up there,” said Draco. “I went up there to do the first song I wrote for this record, and I started reading this prayer about the indigenous people. This album is about paying tribute to it, and asking for permission to enter that space.” While recording Monte Sagrado, Draco decided to focus on old school basics, using standard rock instrumentation and the energy of “live” analog recording. But even though he was ecstatic about the way the rough tracks turned out, the process of putting together the album was interrupted by the devastating destruction of Hurricane María, which paralyzed Puerto Rico for months. Draco is a multiple GRAMMY® and Latin GRAMMY® winner, inductee of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, a bilingual, bicultural poet, visual artist, and explosive live performer. The journey of his life—from teen pop star to purveyor of poetic darkness, genius latin/crossover pop songwriter to philanthropist and entrepreneur—has had so many twists and turns it can make your head spin. The last few years’ battles and triumphs finally led Draco to make a personal spiritual climb back to his Hacienda Horizonte (his mountain estate) in Utuado, Puerto Rico, his homeland. Nine years after his last original project, Amor Vincit Omnia, which was also recorded in his self-constructed studio, he’s made his latest visionary artistic statement: a collection of high-voltage rock and psychedelic musings titled Monte Sagrado. In many ways, Monte Sagrado will be seen as a...

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The Hate U Give: Más Que Una Película, Un Mensaje De Union

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The Hate U Give: Más Que Una Película, Un Mensaje De Union

The Hate U Give es una excelente película de drama dirigida por George Tillman Jr. y escrita por Audrey Wells que garantiza generar tal impacto en quienes vayan a verla que como mínimo les pondrá la piel de gallina. La historia está basada en el libro del mismo nombre escrito por Angie Thomas y se une al movimiento #BlackLivesMatter. La película es protagonizada por Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, KJ Apa, Algee Smith, Lamar Johnson, Issa Rae, Sabrina Carpenter, Common, y Anthony Mackie. Amandla Sternberg es Starr, una joven afrodescendiente que vive en constante cambio entre los dos mundos en los que ella vive a diario. Reside con su familia en un vecindario pobre, de gente negra, lleno de crimen y con constante intervención de los miembros de la policía. Drogas, crimen y el miedo a convertirse en “soplón” son elementos con los que la familiar Carter ha convivido a lo largo de los años. En su niñez Starr vio con sus propios ojos el asesinato de su mejor amiga, mientras jugaban en la calle en plena luz del día, lo anterior producto de una bala perdida disparada por el miembro de una pandilla. Independientemente del lugar donde reside y la realidad social que se vive en sus calles, la protagonista y sus hermanos estudian en un colegio privado de niños ricos y blancos. Starr logra manejar lo mejor de ambos mundos hasta que una vez más presencia la muerte de otro amigo de su infancia, otro miembro de su comunidad que es víctima de la brutalidad policial. Realidad que en la actualidad afecta la vida de miles de personas en Los Estados Unidos. La muerte de Khalil impacta bastante su vecindario y por supuesto, a Starr, quien estaba ahí y tuvo la oportunidad de presenciar la injusticia que terminó con la vida de su amigo. Luego de ver morir a uno de sus seres queridos y haber guardado silencio en cuanto a la identidad del asesino por miedo cuando era pequeña. Años después, Se vuelve a encontrar en el conflicto de ser todavía una niña de colegio que se encuentra entre la espada y la pared. Callar una vez más, no inculpar al asesino, no generarle “problemas” a su familia, no asumir la responsabilidad de buscar justicia para quienes ya no pueden buscarla por sí mismos y lograr encontrar la fuerza para usar su voz y hablar ese ser querido al que amó y ya no tiene voz. The Hate U Give Latinx panel Quotes y fotos La semana pasada tuvimos la oportunidad de presenciar al terminar el screening de la película un panel con los protagonistas.  Escuchamos mensajes en español que llegaron a nuestra cabeza y nuestro corazón en el momento perfecto, justo después de ver una película que te hace pensar en la triste realidad que viven injustamente muchas personas en el país. “Ya no más” y “me cansé”. Dos mensajes que hacen referencia a la forma en la que todos debemos unirnos para detener las injusticias a nivel mundial. Que hacen referencia a la necesidad que tenemos de hacernos escuchar y unir nuestras voces. Porque si tú no estás viviendo una situación de injusticia, puedes tener la plena seguridad de que en este preciso momento alguien sí. Y por cada uno de esos “alguien”...

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