This is what the Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts (Flawa), will do between the 15th and 19th May, in London. A way to show the perceptions of women from Latin America in film, music, literature and arts. London and the UK are home to a rich […]
After two years of court proceedings, Karol Marmolejo lives with the anguish of the second kidnapping of Angelo, her 9-year-old son. His father, Rafael, is the perpetrator. In a conversation with The Prisma, Karol told her story of the incessant search for her youngest son.
On the street corners of Brooklyn, men and women from other countries wait for hours in the hope of finding a job. They’ll do anything. Up to and including putting up with the exploitative conditions that unscrupulous impresarios, knowing they don’t have ‘papers’, that they’re ‘illegal’, will subject them to. Division Ave grasps and reproduces this reality.
The lack of agreement between European countries about migrant reception policies has been a pending issue since the 2015 crisis, despite countless attempts from the community bloc to address the situation. The rate of dead or missing migrants and refugees along the central Mediterranean route has risen to date in 2019. One in every 10 people lost their life in the attempt.
“Cartoneras” is a contemporary publishing phenomenon that lies at the intersections between cultural trend and social movement, artistic intervention and community project. They are here and will be offering workshops for young Latin Americans in South London.