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Arte y MODA

Saturday, Oct 10th
Sunday, Oct 11th
Celebrating the BEST of FASHION and
our Community, we present the
LEGENDS GALA... Showcasing a night
of Music, Fashion, Art & Libations.
We also honor leaders in our community
who go Above and Beyond to Lead by
ART IS A DRAG, and our annual
ART/DIVA BUS TOURS proves it, as
our Diva Hostesses entertain you on a
luxury bus, giving you VIP access to
Art & Artists work and inspiration.
Food, Music & Liquor is also involved!
ARTISTS - Local, National &
International, our juried Artists
Showcase always impresses

MOVIE NIGHTS, and more...
Performers, Illusionists, DIV@S &
Celebrities create a one-of-a-kind

DivaDolls will be on Exhibit during
ORGULLO, then be auctioned off.

100% of Gala & DivaDoll profits go to
fund Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida's
year round Programming & Services
for the Latinx|Hispanic, Trans, POC,
Youth, and all underrepresented
communities across South Florida.
Be a part of ORGULLO!

Our event covers demographics in
every age category, orientation,
ethnic & economic bracket.

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Celebrate ORGULLO 2020 | South Florida’s first Hispanic LGBT Pride festival
- enters its 10th successful year with an International Artists Showcase,
ART|DIVA Bus Tours, Music, Writers Salons, A GALA and much more.

Celebrate ORGULLO continues to showcase quality events, artists, performances &
programming to Miami’s first Hispanic LGBT Pride festival. For 2019, we are
celebrating the ART of FASHION, through Art, Music, Dance, Photography, Film and
Spoken Word.

Proceeds benefit our LGBT Scholarship Fund and year round programming of the
Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, Inc.

Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida is a Florida 501(c)3 non-profit whose focus is the
Leadership, Protection & Promotion of Latinx|Hispanic LGBTQ rights (lesbian, gay,
bisexual, transgender, questioning) - The only organization of its kind in South
Florida since 2002.

We are proud to present the Annual Celebrate ORGULLO Festival which highlights,
celebrates and supports the contributions of the Hispanic LGBT community.

The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President
Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to
cover the 30-day period from September 15 through October 15. The day of
September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for
Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and
Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days
on September 16 and September 18, respectively.
Celebrate ORGULLO 2020 | El primer festival hispano LGBT Pride del sur
de la Florida: entra en su decimo año exitoso, con una muestra internacional de
artistas, Viajes en omnibus a estudios de artistas,  musica y literatura, una GALA,
y mucho mas.

Celebrate ORGULLO continúa exhibiendo eventos de calidad, artistas, actuaciones y
programación en el primer festival hispano de Orgullo LGBT de Miami. Para el 2019,
estamos honrando el ARTE de la MODA, a través de Arte,
Música, Danza, Fotografía, el Cine y la Palabra Hablada.

Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida es una organisacion sin fines de lucro de la Florida, con
enfoque en el Liderazgo, protección y promocion de los derechos civiles de la comunidad
latinx|hispanx LGBTQ (lesbianas, gay, bisexual, transgénero, cuestionando)
en el sur de la Florida desde el 2002.

Somos orgullosos de presentar el
Festival Celebrate ORGULLO, que celebra,
presenta  y respalda las contribuciones de la comunidad hispana LGBT.

La observación se inició en 1968 como la Semana de la Herencia Hispana durante la
presidencia de Lyndon Johnson y fue ampliado por el presidente Ronald Reagan en
1988 para cubrir un período de 30 días a partir del 15 de Septiembre hasta el 15 de
Octubre. El día 15 de Septiembre es importante porque es el aniversario de la
independencia de varios países de América Latina como Costa Rica, El Salvador,
Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua. Además, México y Chile celebran su independencia
el 16 y 18 de Septiembre, respectivamente.
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BOTANICA (less commonly known as a hierbería or
is a retail store that sells folk medicine, religious
candles and statuary, amulets, and other products
regarded as magical or as alternative medicine. They
also carry oils, incense, perfumes, scented sprays
(many of which are thought to have special properties)
and various brand name health care products.

These stores are common in many Hispanic American countries and communities of
Latino people elsewhere. As such:

Botánicas now can be found in any United States city that has a sizable Latino/a
population, particularly those with ties to the Caribbean. The number of botánicas
found outside of New York and Miami has grown tremendously in the last ten years.

The name botánica is Spanish and translates as "botany" or "plant" store, referring
to these establishments' function as dispensaries of medicinal herbs. Medicinal herbs
may be sold dried or fresh, prepackaged or in bulk.

Botánica almost always feature a variety of products used in Roman Catholic religious
practice such as rosary beads, holy water, and images of saints. Among the latter,
the Virgin of Guadalupe and other devotional figures with a Latin American connection
are especially well represented. The Catholic Church allows herbal medicine but
prohibits magic and other religions. However, most botánica have products associated
with other spiritual practices such as candomblé, curanderismo, espiritismo, macumba
and santería.

Alternative medical treatments found in botánicas are used to treat such varied
conditions as arthritis, asthma, hair loss, menstrual pain and diabetes. There are also
products that are designed to attract love, bring good luck and financial prosperity,
deflect jealousy and so on