This is big news mi gente, Capicu Cultural Showcase has formed a management division… our first client is nationally known multicultural motivational speaker, storyteller and poet, Bobby Gonzalez.
August 1st, 2011 New York, NY: Capicu Cultural Showcase announced today that it has reached an agreement with Bobby Gonzalez to represent the Multicultural Diversity speaker in its newly formed Management Division.
Bobby González is a nationally known multicultural motivational speaker, storyteller and poet. Born and raised in the South Bronx, New York City, he grew up in a bicultural environment. Bobby draws on his Native American (Taino) and Latino (Puerto Rican) roots to offer a unique repertoire of discourses, readings and performances that celebrates his indigenous heritage.
Bobby has lectured at many institutions including Yale University, the University of Alaska-Fairbanks and the University of Alabama-Huntsville. As a storyteller he’s had the privilege of performing at Carnegie Hall, the Museum of Television & Radio and the Detroit Institute of Arts. He has given poetry readings at the National Museum of the American Indian, the University of North Dakota and the Nuyorican Poets Café.
“Gonzalez is the first speaker to be represented by Capicu Cultural Showcase. The primary focus of this partnership is to start conversations of multiculturalism and diversity in the corporate circle. Bobby González seeks to empower his audiences by encouraging them to embrace their heritage and use this knowledge to create a dynamic future. As an individual proud of his Native American, Latino and African ancestry, Bobby is a messenger of hope, pride and love of diversity.”
He is a dynamic keynote speaker specializing in encouraging audiences of all ages and backgrounds to succeed, fulfill their full potential and adjust to a changing world by becoming more aware of the rich history and accomplishments of their ancestors. In his lectures and workshops Bobby urges his listeners to be more sensitive to the various cultures and belief systems of their neighbors and colleagues.
Here is a sample of Bobby’s Lecture Offerings
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
As a Native American of mixed heritage (Taino/Latino/African-American), Bobby Gonzalez offers the following unique programs: "Afro-Native Americans: The Journey of Black Indians" and "Red, Black and Brown: the NativeAmerican/African-American/Latino Exchange."
LATINO HERITAGE MONTH
Bobby Gonzalez is a dynamic Hispanic speaker who shares a lifetime of research and personal experiences as a traveling Nuyorican. His repertoire of programs include: "Why Hispanics are not 'Spanish': the Cultural Diversity of Latinos" and "No Latinos Left Behind: Fulfilling Your Unlimited Potential."
NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH
Bobby Gonzalez has been an activist in the Taino community for more than 20 years and hosts the annual Bronx Native American Festival. He offers a lecture/powerpoint presentation titled "The Tapestry of American History Through Native Eyes: An Alternate Perspective."
Capicu Cultural Showcase’s portfolio includes the curation of multicultural live events, internet radio broadcasting, educational seminars, conferences, community building and content development.
Bobby Gonzalez, may be booked for all corporate events, seminars and conferences through Capicu Cultural Showcase. For more info on Bobby Gonzalez, visit his website at www.BobbyGonzalez.com