Good Friday for everyone! Today in La Voz with Mariel Fiori is a day of immigration and culture. Business culture and how women do business different is what Lauree Ostrofsky, founder of the Hudson Valley Women in Business has to tell us today. What advice do you have for businesses that are reopening in the midst of a pandemic? In which events from the organization can we participate?
In addition, from the archives we bring you an interview with Verónica Martínez, a tamale and Oaxacan cook. Martínez said that in addition to cooking 200 dishes of food daily for everyone who needs a plate of hot food (35 Cedar St, Kingston, 845-331-1803) every day in the Salvation Army, she continues to prepare various tamales to sell in the Kingston Fresh Market, and for individual orders of 20 or more (845-853-9130 if you would like to order).
In Lives Without Borders, we heard the stories of two famous immigrants, Augusto Monterroso and Celia Cruz, according to Annuska Angulo and Yaiza Santos.