Taina Asili, Singer, Filmmaker and Activist

Listen to a conversation with Taina Asili, singer, filmmaker, and activist, about her music video documentary series inspired from personal narratives of women of color from the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Her protest songs and music videos include stories of resilience, illness, weather migration, sexual violence, finding self love and the joy of creating art. She speaks with Andrea Cunliffe of HMM radio at the release of her documentary “Who Am I”.

Her latest album “Resiliencia” if full of powerful vocals, and an energetic fusion of Afro-Latin, reggae and rock, urging listeners to dance to the rhythm of rebellion.

Joanna Pennings

Joanna Pennings

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