Please browse our Q&A’s with various leaders, artists and supporters of the Afro-Latino community.
This site will prove to be an excellent beacon that highlights a lesser known history/future of the black/Latino experience; the mix of these cultures have lent definitive credence to their international value.
Hi, I’m not quite sure if this is the right channel to but I wanted to share the beautiful piece illustrating pure Afro Latin blending:
Michael, thank you so much for sharing this with us. This piece is beautiful.
African Americans and Afro-Latin Americans are one and the same. We were seperated by our slave captors during the Trianglar slavetrade by the european powers of the day.
We are made to think that brothers and sisters of African descent in Latin America and North America a two different entities on the American continent, when in fact we are of the same blood. The oppressors of black and so-called brown people of African heritage in North and South America are very different from one another. That’s to keep them from associating and mingling with each other in the name of white supremacy. But the God of the universe is intervening today. And whites don’t like the idea that God’s true chosen people are on the rise and are stirring. And there’s no way to stop it. Praises be God.
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