Building Central American cultural capital, empowering younger generations through historical knowledge, and spotlighting social issues affecting our community through the power of our art, culture and people

This initiative was created as an outlet for Central American cultural infusion due to a lack of stories about OUR POSITIVE IMPACT worldwide.

According to the Migration Policy Institute, in 2015 there were approximately 3.4 million Central Americans residing in the US and 213,000 of them in the Greater Houston Area. Our goal is to highlight, connect and support the Central American community – artists, businesses & individuals.

Let’s share our culture in the way that is most authentic to us, through its people.

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Mujeres Filmmaker Series

***This event is in partnership with the Holocaust Museum Houston in celebration of Indigenous Heritage Month as they feature artists, scholars, and films that pay tribute to Indigenous Peoples’ ancestry and traditions worldwide. *** Did you know Central American filmmakers are telling incredible stories? Join us for this virtual program highlighting mujer filmmakers exploring our … Continue reading Mujeres Filmmaker Series

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