Afro-Latin Festival Discussion – Cigars, Identity and Ex-pats in France

Bootleg Like Jazz’s Terrell Wayne explains his journey to understanding Afro-Latin history, culture and nuisances. In the video we have: Raúl Orlando Edwards (Founder of Afro-Latin Fest), Jose Grinãn (FOX 26 News Anchor), Terrell Wayne (Bootleg Like Jazz), Marlon Smith (Theologian and Scholar) and Laurel K. Rutledge (The Rutledge Perspective Podcast).

Tickets are still available for the Afro-Latin Fest happening today and all this weekend in Houston at the Westin Galleria at 5060 West Alabama. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-6th-annual-afro-latin-fest-tickets-55540897319

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Black American or a African-American, began in this country as a diminished experience. We were 3/5ths of a human. Subjugated, denied education, denied having family and only given the scraps. Here comes jazz, in order to learn how to play music Black folks had to learn by ear, from watching other people perform and from knowledge passed down. That’s Bootleg Like Jazz.

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