Celebrate Black History Month with Amara La Negra and Tego Calderon : Alt.Latino Celebrate Black History Month with two interviews from the Alt.Latino archive with Puerto Rican rapper Tego Calderon and Dominican vocalist Amara La Negra.

Revisiting the work of two Afro-Latinx pioneers

Revisiting the work of two Afro-Latinx pioneers

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Alt.Latino host Felix Contreras interviews Amara La Negra over lunch. Marisa Arbona-Ruiz/NPR hide caption

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Alt.Latino host Felix Contreras interviews Amara La Negra over lunch.

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Today the Alt.Latino familia presents a program that pulls from our vast archive of interviews and historical deep-dives.

This week we celebrate Black History Month with an episode featuring two interviews with Afro-Latinx pioneers: Puerto Rican reggaeton icon, Tego Calderon, and Dominican vocalist Amara La Negra. This episode and the series is produced by Alt.Latino intern Cat Sposato.