Black Latiné people around the world practice a myriad of faith traditions. This short-form documentary explores dynamic identities of these Afro-Latiné people and their journey for a home, a faith in Blackness. Co-presented with the Afro-Latiné Theology Project and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. 

  • Dr. Ariana A. Curtis, curator for Latinx History and Culture, Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
  • Dr. Marisela B. Gomez, community activist, author, public health professional, and physician scientist
  • Guesnerth Josué Perea, executive director, afrolatin@ forum; founder and co-curator, AfoLatine Theology Project; executive producer, Faith in Blackness: An Exploration of AfroLatine Spirituality; co-host, Majestad Prieta: A Podcast on Blackness in Latin America, the Caribbean, y la Diáspora
  • Yolanda M. Santiago Correa, creator and co-host, Majestad Prieta; team member, AfroLatine Theology Project
  • Yahusef Miguel Medina, director of community initiatives, Virginia Humanities; Chair of the Education Committee, Virginia’s State Latino Advisory Board; board member, afrolatin@ forum

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