We love what we do at Radio Menea so much we’ve decided we want to bring our discussions about Latinx music and life to your campuses and communities, live and in person! We’re looking to partner with colleges and other groups to bring us to present Menéalo: Latinx Music and Life, a entertaining mix of music and discussion about Latinx identity and politics.
Sound like something you’d be interested in? Check out our flyer and get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org! Now booking for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 events.
About Menéalo: Latinx Music & Life
The co-hosts of the popular Latinx music podcast, Radio Menea, are heading out on tour to bring their lively queer Latinx feminist discussion of the music you love to your campus or community.
Verónica Bayetti Flores and Miriam Zoila Pérez, accomplished activists, writers and speakers, will present an entertaining discussion about Latinx music and its relationship to identity, queerness, immigration and politics. Called “the woke Latinx music podcast you should be listening to” by Remezcla and “the soundtrack to a queer mami’s sancocho” by Latina Magazine, Radio Menea is an entertaining bilingual journey through the Latinx music that is the soundtrack to Vero and Pérez’s lives, and probably yours too.
During these unique events, they will share some of the Latinx music they love and talk about how that music has shaped their lives, and how our world and its politics–race, class, gender and more–shape the music.
Monday March 27th: UNLV Center for Social Justice