Afro-Latinidad, Immigrant/Refugee, Mexican American, Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Multicultural, Mexican, Spanish
Immigrants are part of our national fabric, bringing energy, skills, values, and vision that benefit all Americans. The Alliance works toward building a community that supports fairness, equity, and justice for immigrants and advances a prosperous future for all. We envision a society where human rights are guaranteed, all people have the right to migrate, full civic participation is supported, and everyone, including the most vulnerable, can flourish.
Afro-Latinidad, African American, Asian & Pacific Islander (API), Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, For All, Multicultural, German, Italian
The festival began in 2006 after Cyrus Khambatta, Executive Artistic Director for Khambatta Dance attended an Artistic Director Leadership training program with a grant from The Paul G. Allen Foundation and began to realize a long, stirring desire to connect audiences with dance through the festival environment. After a decade in which his own Khambatta Dance was invited to numerous international festivals, each with its own particular take on dance, he found the excitement and fervor with which audiences digested dance works to be a stimulating environment in which to create.
Afro-Latinidad, Asian & Pacific Islander (API), Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, For All, Multicultural
A state where Oregonians are able to access and engage in arts, culture, history, heritage, and humanities in their community without barriers; where students have equitable access to quality arts education throughout their academic careers; and arts and culture organizations are able to provide innovative, world-class programming that allows for the export of ideas, innovation, and creative work while contributing to Oregon’s economy and quality of life.
Culture, African, Afro-Latinidad, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), South American, Central American, Hispanic, Latinx, Multicultural
Movimiento Afrolatino Seattle (MÁS) is a grass-root 501(c)3 non-profit organization created by Afrolatino communities and artists that appreciate Afrolatino arts and culture coming together to ensure the sustainability of ongoing cultural and education arts activities focused on Afrolatinos and open to anyone who is interested ininterested in learning and preserving this rich cultural heritage.