Born in the UK from Jewish descent, Venezuelan-American comedian Joanna Hausmann talks with Polivision’s Paul Alonso about her evolution as a comedian, the role of “discomfort” as a central component for satire, intersectional identities and the implications of criticizing the left and right in today’s polarized environment. Hausmann became initially […]Read More
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This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features DJ EU, a Puerto Rico-raised and Atlanta-based DJ. He talks about his journey into the DJ industry, his LatinX cultural background, and his experience as the official DJ for Atlanta United FC Team. Created by Paul Alonso, Hybrid Atlanta is a video interview series with […]Read More
From the increasing economic disparities in Colombia, to the need of a new solidarity as means of becoming better people after the pandemic, Colombian Journalist and Youtuber María Paulina Baena exposes the socioeconomic reality that her country and Latin America face after the Covid-19 pandemic. This video column is part […]Read More
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Mexican chef Maricela Vega. She talks about decolonized cuisine, sustainable food industries with locally-sourced products, and her entrepreneur experience with her food pop up Chicomecōātl. Maricela is the chef at Atlanta’s 8arm restaurant. Created by Paul Alonso, Hybrid Atlanta is a video interview series with […]Read More
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Nino Augustine, an Atlanta-based rapper and musician from Panama. Nino talks about his multicultural identity and how being exposed to early Panama reggae and Atlanta hip-hop influenced his music. Created by Paul Alonso, Hybrid Atlanta is a video interview series with local artists and creatives […]Read More