Latest News/Press in The Black Latina Movement!
CEO/Founder Crystal S. Roman joins panel at Bryn Mawr College!
Black Latina the Play is back for a second run this year September 4th-8th!
With special Q and A Host:
Maria V. Luna - Humanities instructor at Kean University, NJIT, Essex County College and Berkeley College/Associate editor for Latin Trends Magazine
Paola Gonzalez - Bachelor’s in Marketing Communications and Event Planning from L.I.M. College in New York City.
Tania Molina - Senior Treasury Analyst under structured credit at The Bank of New York Mellon/holds a Master’s of Science in Business Economics.
J.F. Seary - Nuyorican poet and actor who has performed at the Nuyorican Poets Café, the Bowery Poetry Club, and Le Poisson Rouge.
Black Latina the play interview with the Air it Out Show
Black Latina Movement is proud to be apart of the first EVER Afro-Latino Festival in NYC!
BronxNet’s “Open”, Black Latina the play interview with Host Rhina Valentin
The CEO/Founder Crystal S. Roman was a special guest at “A Writers Talk” for the Latino Authors & Writers Society
Another review in for Black Latina the Play
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Black Latina the Play was featured in Latin Trends Magazine
Check out our review from the Infinite Body Blog
Black Latina the Play is Back!
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Round 2 of our workshop series “Survival Guide for Girls” November 17th 1-2:30pm in NYC at La Casa Azul Bookstore. If you or someone you know is between the ages of 18-22 years old and are interested in attending please email us at- Survival4Girls@gmail.com
Click Here to download the flyer.
We are collaborating with educator Maria Luna to conduct a workshop series called “Survival Guide for Girls” November 10th 1-2:30pm in NYC at La Casa Azul Bookstore. If you or someone you know is between the ages of 13-17 yrs old and are interested in attending please email us at- Survival4Girls@gmail.com Click Here to download the flyer.
On October 20th our film “Memoirs of a Black Latina” was screened at the “Consortium of Afro Latino Communities” in Baltimore Maryland’s Morgan State University. Our CEO/Founder took part in a Q and A and was also a guest panelist.
September 2012 -
On September 29, 2012 we teamed up with Chris Kazi Rolle’s Together Apart for “Straight Talk, No Chaser”. All Male Panel, All Female Audience! For a REAL conversation about what’s on the minds of men! We performed a scene from our hit show “The Colors of Love”.
Catch the September 27th 2012 interview with CEO/Founder Crystal S. Roman and President Apryl Lopez on New Orleans Wake Up http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
BLM has made a quarterly commitment this year to begin further philanthropy work and address issues and causes that affect our communities. For the 2nd quarter CEO/Founder Crystal S. Roman teamed up with Plus Size Model and Northeast Autism Speaks Spokesperson Christina Mendez at the Autism Speaks Walk in NYC. Check out the walk and interview with Christina.
We hit the streets of our very own NYC for the 1st video campaign asking… ”What is a Black Latina”
Catch CEO/Founder in another installment of Dash Harris’s Negro Doc-Series entitled- Negro: Colorism and “Mejorando La Raza”
The Ladies of the Movement partook in a 2 part interviewed by Writer Maria Luna of Delen Arts “a Global Workshop for Culture, Arts & Letters”
October 2011 -
“Memoirs of a Black Latina” the movements very first film aired on Black Music America Comcast channels 14 & 937 in Minneapolis St.Paul. Saturday October 15th and Sunday October 16th.
August 2011 -
The Black Latina Movement was invited to speak and give a screening of the film “Memoirs of a Black Latina” at The Pan African Womens Action Summit this August! CHECK OUT CRYSTAL S. ROMAN’S SPEECH HERE!
PAWAS, organized by PAWPNet, is a bi-annual convening of diverse black diaspora women and their supporters designed to strengthen the Pan-African Philanthropy Movement’s networks, innovation and capacity to address the challenging issues facing our communities worldwide. http://pawas2011.net/ Below are the highlights of the Summit and the different events we are scheduled for: August 10th from 3-6 PM: Beyond Us and Them: A Pan-African Women’s Film Festival Preview and Dialogue “Memoirs of a Black Latina” will be featured followed by a Q&A August 11th from 5-5:30 PM Closing Keynote Speech by Crystal Roman about how Afro/Black Latina/os and other Pan-African groups can identity and build upon common interests August 12th from 10-11:30 AM Meet the Filmmaker Dialogue where Summit participants will ask questions about the film August 13th from 3-4:30 Apryl Lopez as a panelist in 21st Century Black Beauty. Issues, Images and Success Strategies. Facilitated by invited moderator Dr. Rose Brewer, you will be joined by an African and African-American beauty/entertainment industry representatives Anika Robbins and Pepe Wonosikou to share your perspectives on this important topic.
June 2011 -
The Black Latina Movement featured interview in newspaper article for the Hispanic Hawaii News, June issue, page 2 and continued on pg 26 http://issuu.com/hawaiihispanicnews/docs/hhn_june_2011