Odilia Rivera-Santos, MAPP
Latinos have suffered more than most from the pandemic in terms of health and finances. But despite the data, it is possible to use the hardships of the present circumstances to pivot, learn, and thrive.
During the pandemic the stress of layoffs, the closing of schools, bars and gyms, plus the financial instability, led to an increase of domestic violence cases. Increased stress and proximity created this secondary crisis.
It’s important to understand what you can do to self-soothe in healthy ways and to be mindful of the impact of negative news and imagery.
Samuel Bazawule, also known as Blitz the Ambassador was born in culturally rich Accra, Ghana in 1982. His first music memory was at the age of eight, as he walked past a football field where a Highlife cover band was performing. Blitz was mesmerized and says, “I was amazed that these sounds could be coming […]
Our own @bezotes and Rebelde photog Rebecca Beard had a chance to catch up with Tato Laviera, whose musical King of Cans premiered on July 15 at New York's Red Carpet Theater and will also play on July 22 and July 29. For tickets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Tato Laviera stands up from his seat, backstage at Symphony Space, with […]