Solidarity for Sanctuary is an organization that started as a series of benefit concerts in 2017, founded by artist manager and activist Doris Muñoz to raise funds for her family’s immigration fees. It has grown into an organization that continues to uplift the immigrant and BIPOC community by amplifying the voices of immigrant communities through the power of music, advocacy, and the arts.
Independent Mexican singer and songwriter of alternative pop and Tecate, Baja California-born Carla Morrison is a winner of three Latin Grammy Awards, has performed at Coachella, filled Mexico City’s famed Auditorio Nacional to capacity, and sold-out recent U.S. tours.
Alaina Castillo, named Spotify’s US RADAR artist of 2020, streamed and viewed over 100 million times, and dubbed “ready to blow the roof off” by LADYGUNN, the Houston-born singer and songwriter builds a wonderful nocturnal world of her own design.
Gabriel Garzón-Montano is a French-Colombian multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter based in New York City.
Lido Pimienta is a Toronto-based, Colombian-born interdisciplinary musician and artist-curator. She has performed, exhibited, and curated around the world since 2002, exploring the politics of gender, race, motherhood, identity and the construct of the Canadian landscape in the Latin American diaspora and vernacular.
Combo Chimbita, the New York-by-way-of-Colombia troupe, fuse the perennial rhythms of the Afro-Latinx diaspora with a modern-day consciousness, while tracing the prophetic traditions of their ancestry into their latest album, Ahomale.
Nitty Scott is an Afro-Latina recording artist, poet, influencer and social justice advocate via NYC who most recently dropped her second full-length album Creature!, which explores her Afro-Boricua identity through sonic references to Afro-Caribbean musical cultures.
Kaina, a first-generation Latina, born and raised in Chicago has been making a name for herself with her experimental sound, fusing soulful R&B and rock. She creates generational music that surpasses borders, a unified expression of her native Chicago, coupled with her Venezuelan and Guatemalan heritage.
Linda Diaz is a singer and songwriter from the Lower East Side of Manhattan and a recent winner of the 2020 Tiny Desk Contest. The gentle yet soulful artist has been making waves in NYC’s independent scene with lush vocal arrangements and powerful lyricism to accompany her jazzy r&b sound.