Dear Maestra friends and family,
This spring we moved into a new office in the Gateway Arts District in Maryland; we’re hosting Luisa Campos’ U.S. tour; we’ll be at the LASA conference in NYC connecting with our colleagues from across Latin America; and we continue to screen Maestra from MD to to DC to New Mexico to NYC.
In Cuba and beyond, MAESTRA continues to inspire. We are delighted to continue sharing this story and thank you for sharing the road with us.
For more info, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Murphy and the Maestra Team
Full house at Maestra screening at Bloom Bar with the Africa World Project
In this Issue:
May & June Screenings
May 16, 2016 @ 7pm
Creative Studio Edge Collaborative
Hyattsville Library Independent Film Series
May 24, 2016
Africa World Project, Washington DC
May 31, 2016 @ 10:30AM
Screening with Norma Guillard @ Education in the Americas: Knowledges and Perspectives
Columbia University, NYC
June 4, 2016
People’s Film Festival, East Harlem, NYC
Keep up with our upcoming screenings HERE
Luisa Camposon a US Tour
The Literacy Project is sponsoring along with Penn State Goodling Center for Family Literacy, WILPF, the US Women and Cuba Collaboration and others – an eight week tour for Luisa Campos, director of the Havana Literacy Museum.
Luisa is touring New Mexico, the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Northeast, presenting on the YO SI PUEDO program, and the work of the National Literacy Museum.
For details on her tour, click HERE
LASA International Congress 2016
Summer Volunteer @ 826 Valencia
The International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association is in NYC May 27-30. We’re looking forward to great presentations and events throughout the city by many of our friends including Norma Guillard, Danae Diguez, the U.S. Women and Cuba Collaboration, Bach Media and many more!
Body/s in question @ Caribbean Studies Association Conferenc
This June, Alison Kibbe will be at the Caribbean Studies Association Annual Conference in Port-au-Prince, Haiti sharing body/s in question, a performance and research project about her family’s stories of migration between Jamaica, Cuba, Panama and the U.S. as a doorway to examining questions of race, belonging, memory and cross-Caribbean identity.
Education | Social Justice | Cuba
Afro-Cuban Activists Fight Racism Between Two Fires
Animated Shorts Celebrate Indigenous Languages
These gorgeous animated shorts celebrate 7 of Mexico’s indigenous languages.