This was such a surreal experience. Never imagined I would be flown out to Mexico City to do a TEDx talk. Humbled and honored.
Category: Structural Oppression
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.
Book me at Booking@Zahira.co.
Humbled to be participating in such an amazing event.
Register at bit.ly/11-18-17
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.
Summer is coming and I am gearing up to participate in awesome events while we look cute.
I have events in NYC in May and June, and you can see details here as I update em.
July 7 & 8 I will be Paneling, Exhibiting Art and Vending at the Afrolatino Festival in NYC, along with some other awesome things I am doing there, to be announced a bit later. Donate to the kickstarter and buy tickets here.
Then July 9 I will be at The Scarlet Event, exhibiting Art and Paneling. Tickets are limited and can be copped at Mpfrias.com/shop.
Looking forward to it and to seeing yall there.
A visual depiction of the people in my mentions and on the street. It’s so repetitive I had to do it.
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After tons of fucking arguments with people who don’t get that I can’t fear losing what I never had, I just put it in comic form. You can “not all people of color were left in the dust” about this but the fact remains, the ACA left the most vulnerable uninsured too.
Support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana.
Every time they start up I end up reposting these Bingo cards I made a few years ago because it is all painfully repetitive. I’m like WIN A PRIZE, PENDEJXS!
Explaining the current disconnect between nonblack Latin Americans trying to claim Black ancestry and Afrolatinidad.