Cancionero: Ismael Miranda y SieteNueve – Un verano en Nueva York

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAf7ap0DPts "En Puertorro yo nací y en Nueva York me crié" – Esta nueva versión de "Un verano en Nueva York" celebra la herencia puertorriqueña en Nueva York (East Harlem, El Barrio) y es un homenaje de las nuevas generaciones ("los discípulos de Puente, nietos de Fan

“En Puertorro yo nací y en Nueva York me crié” – Esta nueva versión de “Un verano en Nueva York” celebra la herencia puertorriqueña en Nueva York (East Harlem, El Barrio) y es un homenaje de las nuevas generaciones (“los discípulos de Puente, nietos de Fania, los Ismael del presente”) a los maestros de la salsa.

Canción: Ismael Miranda y SieteNueve – Un verano en Nueva York

País: Estados Unidos, Puerto Rico

Género: Salsa, Hip hop

Temas: Las vacaciones, El verano, Los lugares de la ciudad


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Actividad adicional #1: Calles y murales

Identifica a las figuras homenajeadas en las calles y los murales.

Actividad adicional #2: Videos del Museo del Barrio

Entrevista a Jesús Papoleto Meléndez sobre Pedro Pietri

El Barrio Today presents Jesus Papoleto Melendez on The Pedro Pietri Mural. The EL BARRIO TODAY ARTS CLUSTER is a group founded by East Harlem's cultural organizations in an effort to guide you through your discovery of the beauty and singularity of El Barrio's cultural identity. EL BARRIO is an area located in East Harlem and carries a unique history that is still evident today. From the moment you arrive, you're surrounded by its colors, rhythms and intense cultural richness. Diversity is reflected everywhere you turn through a multitude of restaurants, shops, gardens, galleries and murals. THE PEDRIO PIETRI MURAL memorializes the Reverend Pedro Pietri, founder of the Nuyorican Poets Café and prominent figure in East Harlem History. Pietri was of Puerto Rican descent and a lifelong resident of El Barrio. His poetry evoked a spirit of activism.

Entrevista a Manny Vega sobre ‘Spirit of East Harlem’

El Barrio Today presents Manny Vega on the Spirit of East Harlem Mural. The EL BARRIO TODAY ARTS CLUSTER is a group founded by East Harlem's cultural organizations in an effort to guide you through your discovery of the beauty and singularity of El Barrio's cultural identity. EL BARRIO is an area located in East Harlem and carries a unique history that is still evident today. From the moment you arrive, you're surrounded by its colors, rhythms and intense cultural richness. Diversity is reflected everywhere you turn through a multitude of restaurants, shops, gardens, galleries and murals. THE SPIRIT OF EAST HARLEM MURAL, homage to the neighborhood as it was in the 1970s, is made up of loving portraits of residents set in a landscape of high-rises. Artist Hank Prussing created the mural in 1978, and it was later restored by artist Manuel Vega as a celebration of the long-standing and Latino influenced tradition of murals.

Entrevista a Melissa Mark-Viverito sobre Julia de Burgos

El Barrio Today presents Melissa Mark-Viverito on the Julia de Burgos Mural. The EL BARRIO TODAY ARTS CLUSTER is a group founded by East Harlem's cultural organizations in an effort to guide you through your discovery of the beauty and singularity of El Barrio's cultural identity. EL BARRIO is an area located in East Harlem and carries a unique history that is still evident today. From the moment you arrive, you're surrounded by its colors, rhythms and intense cultural richness. Diversity is reflected everywhere you turn through a multitude of restaurants, shops, gardens, galleries and murals. JULIA DE BURGOS was a Puerto Rican poet, educator, and activist for women's rights and Puerto Rican Independence. This mosaic mural by Manuel Vega commemorates her contribution to the Puerto Rican and Spanish speaking communities of New York.

Entrevista a Olga Quiñones sobre La Marqueta

El Barrio Today presents Olga Quiñones on La Marqueta. The EL BARRIO TODAY ARTS CLUSTER is a group founded by East Harlem's cultural organizations in an effort to guide you through your discovery of the beauty and singularity of El Barrio's cultural identity. EL BARRIO is an area located in East Harlem and carries a unique history that is still evident today. From the moment you arrive, you're surrounded by its colors, rhythms and intense cultural richness. Diversity is reflected everywhere you turn through a multitude of restaurants, shops, gardens, galleries and murals. LA MARQUETA, a local market located along Park Avenue, was once the "it" place in NYC where people went to buy local authentic ingredients to cook Caribbean food. Located under the elevated Metro-North railroad tracks, La Marqueta now houses Hot Bread Kitchen, a kitchen incubator space, alongside vendors and a greenmarket.

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