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Launched in 2021, Profiles is a YouTube documentary series that seeks to explore, document, and share the lives of Ecuadorians and Ecuadorian-Americans in the five boroughs of New York City. Through weekly short interviews, we aim to show the diversity of our community members, strengthen our cultural and identity ties, and expose our enormous contributions to the United States.

This program also looks to build generational bridges of recognition and archives for future generations who’ll want to explore what it means to be Ecuadorian or Ecuadorian-American in New York City.

All episodes are subtitled so that they are both accessible by English- and Spanish-speaking audiences.

¡Our course is currently online!

Every Thursday 
7:00 pm (NY-EST)

Would you like to nominate someone to be interviewed?

Teachers

Ivan Salvador

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Raul Andrade

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Season 1:

Jeannette Neto – Peace Corps Volunteer and Miss Mochilera Director
Jose Juan Paredes – Musician and Founder of Chota Madre
Ninotska Love – LGBTQ and Immigrants Rights Activist
Edison Morocho – Event Planner and Entrepreneur
Stephan Sebastian Herrera – Writer

UPCOMING EVENTS

Interested in learning Ecuadorian traditional dance and joining our group?
It’s free!

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