THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: SALOMON BALDENEGRO ON “IF YOU SWIM IN THE SEWER…” THE LATINOPIA TEACHER’S GUIDE: THE LATINO VOICE IN AMERICAN SOCIETY, VICTOR SÁNCHEZ CARDONA VIRTUAL GALLERY TOUR, AND ACTOR PEPE SERNA ON AUDITIONS.
What up my Latinopians! This week we have another potpourri of genres. We begin with Sal Baldenegro’s monthly blog, Political Salsa y Más. This week Sal looks at the inherent hypocrisy going on with politicians who sit by and say nothing while the Donald Trump administration exacts deplorable actions, such as separating innocent children from their parents, that can only be described as “evil.” Check out Sal’s take on “evil” and how those who don’t oppose it are, in fact, complicit in furthering it.
Also this week we post Latinopia’s Teacher’s Guide on how you can develop a course on Latinos in American society using the videos and blogs to be found at the Latinopia site. Whether you are a teacher, instructor, professor or just someone interested in helping out the next generation of Latinos, check out this valuable tool.
We visit with Puerto Rican artist Victor Sanchez Cardona as he takes us on a guided virtual tour of an exhibition of his magnificent works.
And don’t miss celebrated actor Pepe Serna as he explains his approach to the audition process that has resulted in his landing so many memorable roles.