Dash Harris is a Peabody-award winning multi-media journalist and entrepreneur based in Havana. Doula and Temple alum, Dash is the producer of NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity, a decade-long, ongoing web-based docu-series that explores AfroDiasporic identity, colonization, and the historical and present day class and color complex and hierarchy among Latinxs throughout the Americas. Dash is the co-founder of AfroLatino Travel a travel and community-building resource for the African Diaspora in Latin America & the Caribbean, facilitating transformative connections among Afrodescendants through travel and meaningful, intentional, sustainable tourism and business led by Black Latin American locals. She along with AfroCuban org El Club Espendru organized Cuba’s first Black doll exhibition, an off-shoot of AfroLatino Travel’s initiative “Brown Dolls and Books for Brown Children,” and along with Prom King founder, Evelyn Alvarez, started, Quince Queen, collecting and distributing quinceañera dresses to local Black communities in Latin America. Dash has been named one of Latina mag’s change makers, and featured and written for various publications such as “50 Shades of Black,” USA Today, Huffington Post, Latina magazine, Remezcla, Vibe, CNN, People Chica, Hip Latina, For Harriet, and moderated The Root’s first live-web panel on Black Latinxs and has been an organizer for the AfroLatino Fest of NYC. Dash is currently producing a new documentary series based on Ruben Bermudez’s book “Y Tu, Por Que Eres Negro,” (And You, why are you Black) “Tambor,” a documentary on young AfroCuban drummers of the Yoruba religion, and docu-series about Birthing while Black throughout the Americas, hosted by Evelyn Alvarez.