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What is this work if not re-imagining, re-constructing forging toward humanity. Imagining & building restorative, transformative, just futures that free us all.

Blackness is not Confused.

-Angeley Crawford 

[We] wanted to make a strong and

clear statement that we are

lifelong Black women.

There was no ‘realizing’ or an

‘epiphany’ into Blackness.

We had no choice or an ‘opt-out’

Meet Dash

Rotundamente Negra

-Shirley Campbell

Speaker, filmmaker, multi-media producer

Dash Harris is a Peabody-award winning multi-media journalist and entrepreneur, doula and Temple alum, Dash is the producer of NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity, a decade-long, ongoing web-based docu-series that explores AfroDiasporic identity, colonization, and the historical and present day class and color complex and hierarchy among Latinxs throughout the Americas. She has worked with various AfroLatin American grassroots organizations throughout the Americas, the most recent coordinating media for the upcoming Panama census encouraging Afrodescendants to identify as such on the 2020 census. 


The African Diaspora is immense...the legacy of our people have remained in the memory of who we are.

-Dr. Marta Moreno Vega

-Dash Harris Machado

Dash is the co-founder of AfroLatinx Travel a travel and community-building resource for the African Diaspora in Latin America & the Caribbean, facilitating transformative connections among Afrodescendants through travel and meaningful, intentional, sustainable tourism and business led by Black Latin American locals.

AfroLatinx Travel was borne, starting in Panama where Dash and co-founder Javier Wallace took travelers to the very places every guide book steered them away from—-Colón, Panama where her family hails from. They now have destinations to Cuba, Colombia, Peru, and upcoming Afro-focused trips to Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Argentina, Mexico and more. With their community building arm, Malembo AfroDiaspora and along with AfroCuban org El Club Espendru, they organized Cuba's first Black doll exhibition, an off-shoot of AfroLatinx Travel's initiative "Brown Dolls and Books for Brown Children," and along with Prom King founder, Evelyn Alvarez, started, Quince Queen, collecting and distributing quinceañera dresses to local Black communities in Latin America. 


Dash has been named one of Latina mag’s change makers, and featured and written for various publications such as "50 Shades of Black," USA Today, Huffington Post, Latina magazine, Remezcla, Vibe, CNN, People Chica, Hip Latina, For Harriet, Essence, and moderated The Root's first live-web panel on Black Latinxs and has been a yearly organizer for the AfroLatino Fest of NYC and its Liberacion Film Fest.

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