Latin London: A Life in the Diaspora, a podcast for discussion, highlighting the life of the Latin American community in London.
In this second season, called Latin London: A Life in the Diaspora, we will talk about postcolonial theories, in the light of the awakening of Latin American feminism from the 1970s onwards. That is linked to the first appearances of the Latin American community in London. The 1970s in Latin American particularly impacted the female population that later on was projected in the creation of diasporas as communities. The role of women within the diaspora has been crucial for the economic, cultural, and social activities, and that is what we will expose in these episodes.
“I hope this season will bring to light the importance of the creation of diasporas, the crucial role of women within communities, and the urban planning policies that do not take into account the inhabitants of the areas in London.” – Verónica Posada Álvarez.
Latin London: A Life in the Diaspora is part of el Taller de la Existencia –The Atelier of Existence– a space for dialogue, conversation, and interactions about the existence of creative beings, convened by CREAM PhD researcher, Verónica Posada Álvarez.