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Con Todo: Brown Love
May 4, 2020
Brown Love returns!
Host Dascha Polanco is back with a new season taped from home of Brown Love, starting May 5th.
More episodes from Con Todo: Brown Love
May 26, 2020
The New Hustle with Sasha Merci & Dee Nasty
This week, host Dascha Polanco welcomes two Dominican-American comedians unafraid of breaking traditional media rules to bring their original content to the world. Performers Sasha Merci and Darlene Demorizi – aka Dee Nasty – host Fuse’s brand new social commentary show ‘Like, Share, Dimelo’ and join to discuss the new hustle that content creators like themselves are learning to achieve widespread success. Brown Love is produced by @ConTodoNetflix, a social community for Latino creators and fans alike to come together and celebrate their #LatinXcellence, in collaboration with Dascha Polanco.
May 19, 2020
Becoming Visible w/ Nadia Hallgren
This week, host Dascha Polanco gazes through the lens of acclaimed director and cinematographer Nadia Hallgren. The Bronx filmmaker of Puerto Rican descent is behind ‘Becoming,’ the new Netflix documentary about former First Lady Michelle Obama, and joins us to celebrate the work of Latino creatives behind the camera and to share the thrill of calling your own shots in a crowded, competitive field. Brown Love is produced by @ConTodoNetflix, a social community for Latino creators and fans alike to come together and celebrate their #LatinXcellence, in collaboration with Dascha Polanco.
May 12, 2020
LA Originals (w/Estevan Oriol & Mister Cartoon)
In this episode, we’re talking about the Latino influence on American hip-hop culture. Whether through music, fashion, or even the evolution of language and slang, Latinos on both coasts have added more than a few beats to the urban sounds that have defined the last two generations. And while you can’t necessarily find these next two artists in the recording booth spitting bars, their work--particularly on the West Coast--has certainly captured the essence of hip-hop while simultaneously peppering in their Mexican-American identity or Chicanidad. Our guests this week are the dynamic Chicano duo that’s turned Los Angeles into their personal and professional playground for the last 30 years. Estevan Oriol is a renowned photographer and music video director based in L.A and the mastermind behind the Netflix original documentary ‘L.A. Originals’ co-starring his friend and collaborator Mister Cartoon. Cartoon, himself, is one of the most sought-after tattoo and graffiti artists around who’s inked some of hip-hop’s most notorious. The film delves into their own respective journeys into becoming Chicano icons and explores what happened once their paths converged not just for themselves...but for the culture.