The Americas Latino Festival promotes environmental awareness and unites diverse communities for a sustainable future through dialogue on the environment, health, education, culture, and small business entrepreneurship. This will be the first environmental justice Latino themed festival in the United States with novel programming components bridging the gap between academia, K-12 education, arts, policy, business and Latino and non-Latino communities.
For four days throughout two cities, the festival will illuminate the "Latino corridor" between Boulder and Denver with a variety of events, performances, and activities for all ages, races, economic backgrounds, and interests.
The Festival unites diverse communities through dialogue on the environment, health, education, culture, and small business entrepreneurship.
The museum will host performances, hands-on activities, workshops by artists, and several exhibits. Local student artwork will be on display along with works by Carlos Bernasconi, Lorenzo Duran, and Jose Manuel Mateo and Javier Martinez Pedro.
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