This was such a surreal experience. Never imagined I would be flown out to Mexico City to do a TEDx talk. Humbled and honored.
This monday December 4 I will be back at NYU paneling on being Dominican in different industries. I was just there on November 14 paneling on Afrolatinidad. And they have me slotted to come back to expound more on that in the spring. Super grateful for the opportunity and their amazing students and organizers.
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This weekend I am giving a keynote at Williams College.
and a few days later I am at Boston University, paneling.
Come through, bebes!
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October 6 I had the fortune of being invited onto the mega talented Juan Bago and Rachel La Loca’s podcast Latinos Out Loud. These folks are hilarious and doing great things as a Latinx comedy troupe, Listen HERE.
On October 9 I had the pleasure and honor of speaking at Foro de Mujeres Lideres Mexico, at Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico. It was my first time in the country and everyone was so kind and thoughtful. I met some amazing, inspiring women. Ever grateful for having been flown out there.
After our discussion on #MaybeHeDoesntHitYou with Cynthia Garcia Galindo (who is truly a gift to the world), it was humbling to hear women tell me they hadn’t realized the things that were happening to them were abusive and they deserved better.
In a month Cynthia and I will be at TEDx mexico in Mexico City, talking on #QuizaNoTePegue as well.
Never imagined that hashtag would bring us to this but I am elated.
The amazing ladies at the Homegirl Box reached out to me for a collab and I couldnt say no! It’s by women of color, with all woman created goods, in a seasonal box. And this one is the Cardi B box. You know I’m a regular degular schmegular girl from the Bronx, too, so this speaks to me. My contribution is my popular Galaxy Princess print (available at shopzahirakelly.com). The box drops tomorrrow! Check out info and details at TheHomegirlBox.com. Be sure to cop yours!
Mi gente, come join us this weekend!
Tomorrow morning I will be at AfroLatino Festival at the Schomburg in Harlem, Paneling. Tickets and info at Afrolatinofestnyc.com
Then in the evening I will be receiving an Award at the Fest for advocacy and leadership at Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn. Truly honored. *cries*
Saturday I will be exhibiting art, vending my Art prints, Necklaces and Clothes, and cohosting the music concert at Afrolatino Festival.
And, finally, Sunday I will be exhibiting art and paneling at this amazing woman of color-focused event in the Bronx . Tickets and info at mpfrias.com/scarlet.
This July 7 and 8 I will be at AfroLatino Festival in several different capacities:
July 7 I will be paneling on Womens Entrepeneurship, exhibiting art and at the Awards Ceremony. Then the 8th I will be vending my art and wares earlier in the day, and later on I will be Co-Hosting the Music Concert, featuring Amara La Negra, Milly Quezada, DJ Bembona, Allison Hinds and so many more.
Just more confirmation it’s gonna be lit as fuck!
Hit up AfroLatinoFestNYC.com for details.
You can now own the bilingual collection of the first year of my Baina Colonial comic, which focuses on Afrolatinas experiences and invisibility in LatinAmerican media. Available for purchase at shopzahirakelly.com. See more about Baina Colonial at Zahira.co/Bainacolonial.
Ahora puedes obtener la coleccion bilingue de el primer año de la serie de mis caricaturas Baina Colonial, la cual se enfoca en las experiencias de Afrolatinas y su invisibilizacion en los medios LatinoAmericanos. Disponsible en venta en shopzahirakelly.com. Puede ver mas sobre Baina Colonial en Zahira.co/Bainacolonial.
Hard cover, 6×6″, Full color, Stitch bound.