This video interview features poet Teresa Ortiz and Al Justiniano from Teatro del Pueblo.
She is a writer, story teller, poet/spoken word artist. A Mexican immigrant to Minnesota, she aims to tell the story of the people she has known, of her loved ones and her own personal story in a context of living as new-comers in connection to the earth and our natural surroundings. She writes in Spanish and in English to honor the Mexican culture of her parents and grandparents, as well as the Minnesotan/Mexican culture of her children.
In depth interviews, conversations and more with Educators, Performers and Creators who make an impact in the world with what they do. Get to know them, ask them questions, get inspired.
Educators, Performers and Creators is a Online LIVE Show (it also gets recorded if you are not able to watch live)
Watch right on epcshow.com or or on Google+ Event Pages.
Host: Paulino Brener, educator/performer/social media manager
Teatro Del Pueblo
Teatro del Pueblo is a small, non-profit Latino theater located in St. Paul, MN. Fostered by the Latino community on the West Side, it has grown since its inception in 1992 to serve St. Paul, Minneapolis, the metro area and greater Minnesota. Based in the West Side’s Latino community, Teatro del Pueblo promotes Latino culture through the creation and presentation of performing arts. Teatro develops and supports Latino artists, provides educational opportunities for all to experience Latino culture and promotes cross-cultural dialogue.
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