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This edition: Nueva York 12003: Latino Pride Center, Puy Navarro, Alberto García Ferrer, Marta Hernández (Mar salá)

Episode Details

First aired: October 13, 2016.

We start this episode in the West Village, to witness the largest demonstration of solidarity with the LGBTQ community. Some members of the Latino Pride Center tell us why the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando has united and further reaffirmed their fight for a better understanding and tolerance towards their community.

Then, we'll head over to Midtown to meet with Spanish artist Puy Navarro. We'll get a glimpse into her daily life as an actress, yoga instructor, screenwriter and playwright. Over the last three years, she's been writing daily to President Obama, raising issues of political and social concern.

Later, Patricio Lerzundi hosts an interview at the Cervantes Institute with a representative of the National Association of Latin American Educational Broadcasters and speaks with Secretary General Alberto García Ferrer. Alberto shares his passion for images and explains how regional and educational TV stations play a key role in contributing to the development and preservation of Ibero American culture.

Our last stop will be in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to speak with Spanish songwriter and founder of the band Mar Salá, Marta Hernández. Mar Salá recently released its fourth album featuring new music mixing flamenco and jazz together with Mexican and Brazilian rhythms and a blend of eclectic New York sounds.

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Iniciamos este episodio en el West Village, para presenciar la más grande manifestación de solidaridad a favor de la comunidad LGTBQ. Algunos de los miembros pertenecientes al Centro Orgullo Latino (Latino Pride Center) nos revelan el porqué la masacre del Club Pulse en Orlando los ha unido y reafirmado aún mas en su lucha por un mejor entendimiento y tolerancia hacia su comunidad. 

A continuación, nos dirigimos a Midtown para conocer la artista española Puy Navarro. Le daremos un vistazo a su vida diaria como actriz, instructora de yoga, guionista y dramaturga. Durante los últimos tres años, Puy le ha escrito diariamente al presidente Obama, sobre temas de interés político y social.

Más adelante, Patricio Lerzundi entrevista al Secretario General de la Asociación de Televisiones Educativas y Culturales de Iberoamérica, ATEI, el argentino-español, Alberto García Ferrer; Alberto nos habla de cómo empezó su pasión por la imágenes y la importancia de las televisiones regionales y educativas para el buen desarrollo y preservación de la cultura en Iberoamérica.

Nuestra última parada será en Williamsburg, Brooklyn, para entrevistar a Marta Hernández, cantautora española creadora de la banda Mar Salá. En sus cuatro discos, Mar Salá presenta composiciones que mezclan el flamenco con el jazz, el son Jarocho, la música brasileña y los sonidos eclécticos de Nueva York.

Guest List

Neysha Arzuaga Madre

Rebeca Cruz Madre

Alberto García Ferrer Secretario General ATEI

Marta Hernández Compositora y Cantante 

Jorge Merced Director Artistico Associado Teatro Pregones

Puy Navarro Artísta

Danny Ochoa Performer (Butterfly) 

Joeysha Peña Niña

Heriberto Sanchez Soto Director Ejecutivo , Latino Pride Center/ HAF

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