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This edition: Lo mejor de la temporada 8 - Best of Season 8. (in Spanish with English Subtitles)

Episode Details

Original tape date: August 15, 2013.

First aired: August 15, 2013.

Iniciamos este episodio hablando con los integrantes de La Santa Cecilia, la banda de Los Angeles que mezcla géneros tradicionales con toques alternativos modernos.

Luego, en el Instituto Cervantes de Nueva York, Carmen Boullosa entrevista al popular escritor e intelectual español, Fernando Savater.

En Queens entrevistamos a Lorena Borjas, creadora de la fundación de su mismo nombre, la cual apoya a la comunidad transgénero de Nueva York.

Después conversamos en Manhattan con Facundo y Martin, The Lombard Twins, reconocidos bailarines, coreógrafos y cineastas argentinos.

En City College, Patricio Lerzundi visita a la científica dominicana Maribel Vásquez quien comparte sus experiencias personales y profesionales en su laboratorio de nanotecnología.

En el Bajo Manhattan nos encontr
amos con Ana Rosa Díaz, empleada de C.J Seafood, quien vino desde Louisina para buscar que su voz sea escuchada por los directivos de la cadena Walmart.

Para finalizar, visitamos la Fundación 100 Mujeres Hispanas, una organización que con el apoyo de CUNY ha ofrecido becas y orientación a jóvenes latinas de recursos limitados por más de una década.
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We begin this episode by talking to the members of La Santa Cecilia, the band from Los Angeles that mixes traditional genres with alternative touches.

Then, we will go to the Instituto Cervantes in New York, where Carmen Boullosa will interview the popular Spanish intellectual and author Fernando Savater.

In Queens, we will talk with Lorena Borjas, founder of the foundation, which bears her name, which lends support to New York’s transgender community.

Afterwards, in Manhattan we will chat with Facundo and Martín – “The Lombard Twins” - renowned Argentinean dancers, choreographers, and filmmakers.

At City College, Patricio Lerzundi visits Dominican scientist Maribel Vazquez, who shares her personal and professional experiences at her nanotechnology laboratory.

In Lower Manhattan, we will meet with Ana Rosa Diaz, C.J. Seafood employee, who came from Louisiana to have her voice heard by the Walmart Board of Directors.

We will end with the 100 Hispanic Women Foundation, an organization which, with the support of CUNY, has offered scholarships and training, to young Latinas with limited resources for over a decade.

Guest List

Lorena Borjas Artista, Fundacion Lorna Borjas

Carmen Boullosa Distinguished Lecturer, City College/CUNY

Liliana Carrillo Estudiante, Brooklyn College – CUNY

Ana Rosa Diaz Trabajadora huésped

Celia Domenech Directora, Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls School

Ericka Familia Estudiante, Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls School

Yesenia García MBA Administración de servicios de salud, Baruch College – CUNY

Nancy Genova Vicepresidenta, Fundacion 100 Mujeres Hispanas

Marisoul Hernández Cantante, La Santa Cecilia

Prof. Patricio Lerzundi Chair of the Journalism, Communication, and Theatre Department (JCT) at Lehman College

Facundo Lombard Artistas Multidisciplinarios

Martin Lombard Artistas Multidisciplinarios

Tiger Lilly Moreno Estudiante, Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls School

El Oso Ramírez Percusión, La Santa Cecilia

Shirley Rodriguez Remeneski President, 100 Hispanic Women

Fernando Savater Filósofo - Escritor

Maribel Vázquez D.Sc. Ingeniería Mecánica, City College - CUNY

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