Adobo Activism...La Parcha!

69 minutes

Found In Translation/Bomba Live simulcast is back talking 'adobo activism' with Alan Taveras of Brands of Puerto Rico and Joel Berrocal of the National Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce. We discuss how to support Puerto Rican small businesses during #GoyaBoycott and beyond. Taveras shares what Brands of PR offers and impact of supporting local businesses on the island.  Hosts Ray Collazo and Suliah Picorelli also interview musical group La Parcha! Calde y Pablo Javier de La Parcha share how they developed their distinct style incorporating reggeaton/cumbia/balladas and pop. The crew also discusses the challenges and opportunities for artists during COVID19 and La Parcha requests Sulaih sing; y que paso? Collazo also updates us on why COVID19 is hitting Latino community so hard and what we can do to support the most vulnerable during this time. 

Plus reflections on passing of Naya Rivera and continued buzz surrounding "Mucho, Mucho, Amor" documentary on Walter Mercado. 

 

 

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