Inside Episode 19
This episode of Hispanicize Hangout features an in-depth conversation with three very special guests. Nielsen’s Stacie De Armas, activist/author/entrepreneur, Kim Guerra (aka Brown Badass Bonita) and actor and content creator, Jenny Lorenzo, dig into how Latinos are staying connected while social distancing, and what it’s like to be a content creator and influencer in a time of COVID-19. Underpinned by Nielsen’s ‘Cultural Connectivity Transformed’ study launching TODAY, our guests also dive deep into the various ways COVID has disproportionately affected Latinos from an economic, health and social perspective, and the role of social media as a tool for social justice. To access Nielsen’s ‘Cultural Connectivity Transformed’ study please visit nielsen.com/latinos.
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