“Nueva York” is a local affiliated TV show that’s “dedicated to the Spanish speaking culture of The Big Apple and celebrates its richness, its diversity, and its contributions to life in this city.”

To watch the entire episode, click here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edU381cCZZA&t=1063s (Luisa’s segment starts at 9:35 and ends at 15:30)

“We’ll kick off this episode talking with Leonardo Sardella and Walter Pérez, a tango couple who, through initiatives like the New York Queer Tango Festival, the Friends of Argentine Tango association, and the dance Company Malevaje, are trying to increase the visibility and inclusión of same-sex tango couples. Then, in Midtown, we talk to Luisa Díaz, former beauty queen and Venezuelan actress,who told us about her book “Sexy is Timeless” and the work she does with the “Mi Amor Gala” Foundation to help victims of domestic violence. Then, in the framework of the International Congress on Historical Links between Spain and North America organized by the Cervantes Institute and the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of City College, Carmen Boullosa interviews British writer and History profesor at the University of Notre Dame Felipe Fernández-Armesto, author of one of the most comprehensive books on the history of food. And we’ll finish with Eduardo Cabra, also known by his stage name, Visitante. He’s a Puerto Rican musician, composer, and multi-instrumentalist artist who’s part of the famous band “Calle 13.” He’s also the producer with the most nominations and awards in the history of the Latin Grammys. In 2017, he won the Producer of the Year award.”