Today in La Voz with Mariel Fiori is Tuesday of health and I dedicated a large part of the show to many of the events that begin this Thursday as part of the O Positive Festival in the city of Kingston, which changes the art of medicine for the medicine of art.
We listened to the music of Argentinian Tall Juan, who will be performing this Friday at 11:30 pm at BSP, 323 Wall St. We talked with dancer Carlos Osorio, who on Saturday from 5 to 7pm will teach cumbia, salsa and merengue dance classes at the LGBTQ Center at 300 Wall St. Photographer Isis Charise has an exhibition at Idea Garden of women who have had a masectomy as a result of breast cancer (until the end of November, open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 5pm). This Saturday at 3:30 pm, at 346 Broadway, Charise will present some of the 400 photographs she has taken in the 10 years of her project the-grace-project.org. Julia Solow, of the Hand-in campaign Hand Caring Majority, will screen a documentary called Care this Thursday at 4pm at 471 Albany Avenue, a workshop on the New York health bill, at Idea Garden at 2pm, and an Academy called the Majority that Cares, at 13 Grand Street, Thursday, October 17, 10 am - 3pm. For more information, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, in the column of the Workers' Rights Center, Jennifer Blais talked about services for survivors of domestic violence at WJCNY, and about their collaboration with the Alliance of Farmworker Women. For more information wjcny.org 1800-724-7020 and alianzanacionaldecampesinas.org