Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-07 22:14:02 –
Colorado Springs, Colorado – The Latina Voice program celebrates its 10th anniversary at Pikespeak Library 21c from 10 am to 12 pm on Saturday, September 25th.
The program is sponsored by Friends in Pikes Peak Library District Emphasizes the success of Latina in southern Colorado. The door opens at 9:30 am and light meals are served. There is also a video containing the sale of books by Hispanic writers and highlights of the last decade. This event is free and open to the public.
This year’s presenters are:
Adriana Jones Lincoln – She is a Missouri-born woman playing several different instruments. She played the viola on the Missouri State University Symphony and earned a degree in music education while attending college. Lincoln also studied hoop and belly dance, and now she plays and teaches. In 2006, Lincoln began playing the piano and guitar, singing and dancing in the Latin-Gypsy-Cabaret band. Since arriving in Colorado in 2010, she has not only performed at the local level, but also became General Manager of the Smoke Brush Arts Foundation in 2017. Lincoln said: Latina in the area. “
Juliana Aragon Fatura – Her ancestors, endemic to Aztlan, emigrated from New Mexico to southern Colorado.She is The Road I Ride Bleeds, Crazy Chicana in Catholic City, and Red Canyon falling into the church, Received the High Plains Book Award in 2016. Fatula is the Ambassador of the Hispanic University Association and las mujeres unidas deCSU Pueblo..She conducted writing workshops in various kindergarten to high school schools in the 1990s. Steatro Chicano Cultural Arts Center. After Operation Desert Storm, she toured the Persian Gulf for the Pentagon on a Latin move.
AliciaRose Martinez – She is a Summer Program & College Access Specialist at Colorado College, developing programming for high school students in programming for Pre-College and Stroud Scholarships. Martinez has been a board member of Martinez since 2017 Adelante MuellA non-profit organization dedicated to including Latin students in pursuit of higher education. She is also the co-director of the Mariachi Tigre Music Ensemble at the University of Colorado. Martinez holds a Bachelor of Arts degree. He studied Romance languages at the University of Colorado and holds a master’s degree in education.
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