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Author: Alejandro Gutierrez

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We're an online media platform. We produce podcast shows and publish journals of news and culture. Afrosaya is featuring "The AfroLatino Podcast" which is produced by Alex Gutierrez. Alex has worked with Black communities in Latin America for more than 10 years. AFROSAYA Podcast is produce in English and in Spanish. AFROSAYA, also, advocate for access to quality education, health and justice for all. Occasionally, in Afrosaya you will hear guest speakers who join us to share their personal stories and happiness. Consider join our exclusive community.
58 Episodes
70: Ep. 70 Afro-Latinidad

70: Ep. 70 Afro-Latinidad


In this episode we talk about Afro-Uruguayos. We share music, history and a voice of protest. Afro-Uruguayos have been historically excluded and this time we uncover that. We talk about Candombe, Murga and the African drums and sound in Latin America. Visit us on
In this episode we talk about Afro-Argentinos. We share music, history and a voice of protest. Afro-Argentinos have been historically excluded and this time we uncover that. We talk about Tango, Milonga and how the African roots are manifested in Argentina. Join us in this journey! Don't forget to share it and leave us some reviews! Visit us at
The "Republic of the Ecuador" was one of the three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830. Between 1904 and 1942, Ecuador lost territories in a series of conflicts with its neighbors countries. Peru went into a war 1995 and it was resolved in 1999.
In this episode we talked about Afro-Coombians and we share music, history and culture.
In this episode we talked about Afro-Venezuelans and we share music, history and culture.
Today in our show, we will talk about Guayana. The official name is the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is located in the northern part of South America. It is often considered part of the Caribbean region because of its strong cultural, historical, and political ties with other Anglo-Caribbean countries and the Caribbean Community... More at
Today in our show, we will talk about Suriname, the smallest country in South America. Suriname, once was known as Dutch Guiana. It enjoys a relatively high standard of living but also faces serious political and economic challenges.Since their independence from the Netherlands in 1975 Suriname faces serious challenges, among them a civil war. Suriname is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the Americas.Want more, visit
French Guiana is a beautiful country located in South America. The capital city is Cayenne. French-Guiana is an overseas department and region of France. French-Guiana shares borderland with Brazil and Suriname.Since 1981, when Belize became independent, French-Guiana has been the only territory of the mainland Americas that is still part of a European Colony. Before the European colonization, the territory was inhabited by Native Americans, most speaking the Arawak language. The people identified as Lokono.
This is a very special episode, we want to thank you for being such an amazing supporter. We have reached our first 3000 downloads and that is special for AfroSaya Podcast. Muchas gracias.
In this episode we talk about Afro-Brazilians. We share music, history and a voice of protest. Afro-Brazilians are African descends of Angola, Mozambique and Sub Sahara Africa. In this show, we uncover that part of history.
In this episode, I talk with my good friend Sisa Bueno (New York) who shares with us her personal experience in Bolivia and how her project could be one of the most important one. We talk about the Bolivian Protests, La Guerra del Gas, and the Bolivian Constitution. Also, this is the first time that we find out how Afro-Bolivians made to the constitution and became recognized as one of Bolivian's nation.
In this episode we talked about African-Bolivians or Afro-Bolivians. Afro-Bolivians are recognized as one of the constituent ethnic groups of Bolivia. They are the only African-Descends in the Americans that have a living king who traces his descent back to a line of monarchs that governed in Africa.
59: Ep 59. Bye 2018

59: Ep 59. Bye 2018


This was our last episode in 2018\. Hope you join us in 2019\. Here, I am with a very special person. Check us out!
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