Afro-LatinX Mixer Unites Minorities

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RECEIVING an award at African American Museum, Esperanza’s leader Rev. Luis Cortés issued a fiery call for political unity between all Philadelphians of color, who together constitute a majority in the city. Joining him were, from left, State Sen. Vincent Hughes and Council Members Bill Greenlee, Helen Gym, Derek Green, Maria Quiñones Sánchez and Blondell Reynolds Brown with Council President Darrell Clarke.

RECEIVING an award at African American Museum, Esperanza’s leader Rev. Luis Cortés issued a fiery call for political unity between all Philadelphians of color, who together constitute a majority in the city. Joining him were, from left, State Sen. Vincent Hughes and Council Members Bill Greenlee, Helen Gym, Derek Green, Maria Quiñones Sánchez and Blondell Reynolds Brown with Council President Darrell Clarke.

BILLED as an “Afro-LatinX Mixer,” the event celebrated the Museum’s 40th anniversary and Esperanza’s 30th anniversary. It drew the likes of socialites such as Elizabeth & William Rivers, Jr. with Walt, Jr. & Anita Green.

BILLED as an “Afro-LatinX Mixer,” the event celebrated the Museum’s 40th anniversary and Esperanza’s 30th anniversary. It drew the likes of socialites such as Elizabeth & William Rivers, Jr. with Walt, Jr. & Anita Green.

BILLED as an “Afro-LatinX Mixer,” the event celebrated the Museum’s 40th anniversary and Esperanza’s 30th anniversary. It drew the likes of socialites such as Sharon Vaughn, Judge Stephanie Sawyer, Paula Jackson, Josh Clardy and Tonya Woods to relax in an art-filled lounge.

BILLED as an “Afro-LatinX Mixer,” the event celebrated the Museum’s 40th anniversary and Esperanza’s 30th anniversary. It drew the likes of socialites such as Sharon Vaughn, Judge Stephanie Sawyer, Paula Jackson, Josh Clardy and Tonya Woods to relax in an art-filled lounge.

ACTIVE in Latino ministry in Phila. are Sol & Efraín Cotto, Javier Suárez and Israel Acosta.

ACTIVE in Latino ministry in Phila. are Sol & Efraín Cotto, Javier Suárez and Israel Acosta.

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One Response to Afro-LatinX Mixer Unites Minorities

  1. Este es un avance muy importante en nuestra ciudad. Culturas hispanas y afroamericanas son necesarias para que la ciudad siga creciendo.

    Michael Bell
    July 29, 2016 at 8:47 am

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