2018 Program

TonaHOST: Tonatiuh

A native Los Angelino, Tonatiuh graduated from USC's School of Dramatic Arts and is a member of Sokamba Performing Arts Company and Echo Theater Company.
An advocate of storytelling for social change, Tonatiuh believes that it is the artist's responsibility to help create a more empathetic and tolerant society. If media can be used to separate and isolate, it also can be used to unite and heal.
Tonatiuh's recent television credits include Stargate Origins (MGM), The Loud House (Nickelodeon), Vida (Starz), Famous in Love (Freeform), and Jane the Virgin (CW). Theatre credits include: Fixed (Echo), Les Blancs (Rogue Machine), Species Native to California (IAMA), House That Jake Built (IAMA), and Hit the Wall (LGBT Center).

DJ SizzleDJ Sizzle

Dj Sizzle Fantastic is an Undocu-DJ and community organizer, born en la Costa de Guerrero and raised in the beautiful barrio of Boyle Heights, California. Currently, she is the resident Dj at Chingona Fire, one of the largest Latina open mic's in the country and curator of Cumbiatón, an emerging Cumbia and Afro-Latinx party paying homage to the cultura and musica de barrios. Dj Sizzle Fantastic holds Dj residencies in Los Angeles, C.A. and Seattle, W.A. You can find her on Instagram and Soundcloud to say up to date with her shows.

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Xitlalic Guijosa-Osuna is a Southeast L.A. Michoacana-Sinaloense, Mexicana poeta and visual artist. She is part of SELA's Proyecto Vecindad, a community, artist and activist collective. She is the owner and creator of Tarjetitas con Amor by XGO, greeting cards that represent her community as well as her family. She writes and prints about Guayabas, her Madre, her grandmothers, domestic violence, and memories. These art mediums have become her outlet to heal from trauma and has helped her connect with the world. instagram.com/xitlalic.

MarleyMarley Munroe

Marley Munroe announces herself as a force to be reckoned with each time she steps on stage with her colossal vocal talent and outsized charisma - along with her natural songwriting ability, Marley transitions easily between contemporary-soulful and edgy alternative songs without sacrificing an ounce of authenticity. She may sound like the second coming of Gladys Knight, but Marley refuses to be pigeonholed as a soul singer.
"My sound marries the different parts of who I am. I love bands like MUSE and Coldplay, but I also listen to Billie Holiday and Donny Hathaway. My music brings those loves together. I don't want to be straight-up any one thing because I have so many different influences. I love big, epic, stadium songs. But I don't know how to do pop without the soul." facebook.com/MarleyMunroe.


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