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Why the International Salsa Museum belongs in the Bronx

My new article with Caribbean Life News under Schneps Media is out! Founded by Afro-Latinos Willy Rodriguez, Ilialis Reyes, and Manny Tavarez from NYC as a nonprofit, the International Salsa Museum was established to celebrate the legacy and advance the culture of salsa music. The goal is to open an official museum facility. Rodriguez shared that the idea came about when Reyes and Tavarez were having a conversation about their passion for salsa, in which Tavarez asked Reyes if there was any museum in NYC that he could visit with his family that taught the history of Salsa. Read more here: —————— Alt text (on the site): “Bronx” is written in orange at the top of the page. The headline of the story is written in the color black, and it states: “Why the International Salsa Museum belongs in the Bronx.” My name is written underneath the headline in all capital and lowercase letters, in the color orange. It says: “Milette Millington.” Date is under that, and it says October 4, 2023. Image Description: The image shows a photo of Cuco Peña and Willy Rodriguez. Credit: The ISM. Thank you to Janice Torres (The Brand Phoenix) for your assistance with this article! So many more stories on the way! Stay tuned! #hispanicheritagemonth #latinamericanheritagemonth #salsamusic #salsainthebronx #disability #disabledjournalists #accessibility #blackjournalists #blackjournalistsrock✨ #journalism #caribbeanlifenews #schnepsmedia
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