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

Bootleg Like Jazzโ€™s Terrell Wayne explains his journey to understanding Afro-Latin history, culture and nuisances. In the video we have: Raรบl Orlando Edwards (Founder of Afro-Latin Fest), Jose Grinรฃn (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 […]

Roberto Carlos Garcia – Black Maybe, Afro-Dominican Roots and Casta | Q – Haiti, the Dominican Republic and and musings on travel

Poet, storyteller, and essayist Roberto Carlos Garcia is a self-described โ€œsancocho [โ€ฆ] of provisions from the Harlem Renaissance, the Spanish Poets of 1929, the Black Arts Movement, the Nuyorican School, and the Modernists.โ€

The Gumbo Session – Juneteenth, Lee P. Brown, Chapultepex Club and Charles Law

This is the gumbo session – a mix of current events, topics I’m passionate about and random ideas I’ve been working on. In this episode I talk about former Mayor Lee P. Brown, the Chapultepex Club of the Houston Y.W.C.A., Howard Law and the history behind Juneteenth. What Juneteenth around the corner I treated this episode of the Gumbo session […]