Good Friday friends! Today in La Voz con Mariel Fiori is a day of immigration and culture. There is a traveling political art project, with 45,000 marks sown onto handmade quilts, which seeks to raise awareness of the 45,000 people that ICE keeps detained daily in the United States. I spoke with Venezuelan Eva Castillo Stefani, Director of Welcoming New Hamshire and Director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Alliance, who participated in this project that passing  through the Hudson Valley. Are you interested in bringing this exhibition to a place near you, email:

Martha Gómez, Darknes to Light facilitator and project therapist of the Hispanic Outreach Project Esperanza, spoke about the two free workshops for the prevention of child sexual abuse and gave some advice. To report abuse and seek protection, call 1 800-342-3720.

In her column Culture Cures, Anita Campion taught us about ancient Mesoamerican cultures.