Alicia Santos

Alicia Anabel Santos is a Producer, Playwright, Speaker, Activist, Teaching Artist, Afrolatina Storyteller, and Priestess. She was born in Brooklyn and is a proud Dominican Writer. She is the Founder of the New York City Latina Writers Group. For eleven years she has created and nurtured safe spaces for emerging and established writers. She has been a guest speaker, traveling to more than thirty universities throughout the United States, lecturing on subjects which intersect identity, religion, sexuality, feminism and social justice. In 2011, she self-published her memoir, Finding Your Force: A Journey to Love. Anabel has been a guest on NPR’s Tell Me More and her work has been seen in LATINA Magazine. In 2008 she joined Creador Pictures as Writer/Producer of its first documentary, AfroLatinos: An Untaught History. She attended New York University, has a daughter in graduate school and lives in the Bronx with her partner.Alicia Anabel Santos is a Producer, Playwright, Speaker, Activist, Teaching Artist, Afrolatina Storyteller, and Priestess. She was born in Brooklyn and is a proud Dominican Writer. She is the Founder of the New York City Latina Writers Group. For eleven years she has created and nurtured safe spaces for emerging and established writers. She has been a guest speaker, traveling to more than thirty universities throughout the United States, lecturing on subjects which intersect identity, religion, sexuality, feminism and social justice. In 2011, she self-published her memoir, Finding Your Force: A Journey to Love. Anabel has been a guest on NPR’s Tell Me More and her work has been seen in LATINA Magazine. In 2008 she joined Creador Pictures as Writer/Producer of its first documentary, AfroLatinos: An Untaught History. She attended New York University, has a daughter in graduate school and lives in the Bronx with her partner.Alicia Anabel Santos is a Producer, Playwright, Speaker, Activist, Teaching Artist, Afrolatina Storyteller, and Priestess. She was born in Brooklyn and is a proud Dominican Writer. She is the Founder of the New York City Latina Writers Group. For eleven years she has created and nurtured safe spaces for emerging and established writers. She has been a guest speaker, traveling to more than thirty universities throughout the United States, lecturing on subjects which intersect identity, religion, sexuality, feminism and social justice. In 2011, she self-published her memoir, Finding Your Force: A Journey to Love. Anabel has been a guest on NPR’s Tell Me More and her work has been seen in LATINA Magazine. In 2008 she joined Creador Pictures as Writer/Producer of its first documentary, AfroLatinos: An Untaught History. She attended New York University, has a daughter in graduate school and lives in the Bronx with her partner.Alicia Anabel Santos is a Producer, Playwright, Speaker, Activist, Teaching Artist, Afrolatina Storyteller, and Priestess. She was born in Brooklyn and is a proud Dominican Writer. She is the Founder of the New York City Latina Writers Group. For eleven years she has created and nurtured safe spaces for emerging and established writers. She has been a guest speaker, traveling to more than thirty universities throughout the United States, lecturing on subjects which intersect identity, religion, sexuality, feminism and social justice. In 2011, she self-published her memoir, Finding Your Force: A Journey to Love. Anabel has been a guest on NPR’s Tell Me More and her work has been seen in LATINA Magazine. In 2008 she joined Creador Pictures as Writer/Producer of its first documentary, AfroLatinos: An Untaught History. She attended New York University, has a daughter in graduate school and lives in the Bronx with her partner.

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