Arts, Culture, & Media

Cuerpo Corazón Communidad

Health and wellness for body, heart, and community.

Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad (Body, Heart, Community) significantly influences the lives of immigrant communities in Marin County. It acts as a vital source of information, preserves cultural heritage, fosters community integration, bridges cultural divides, encourages civic engagement, and offers comfort and connection in the immigrant experience.

This impactful program is a Spanish-language weekly radio and online platform that explores various aspects of individual health, well-being, arts & culture, and current events impacting the community. These topics encompass substance use, stress management, domestic violence, trauma, and related subjects.

Furthermore, Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad features experts as guests on each show, actively participating in the program and furthering the mission of sharing valuable information and resources with the community.

TAY Radio Marin

Amplifying Youth Voices.

TAY Radio is a catalyst for the transformation of young minds, igniting their curiosity and sparking intellectual growth. It amplifies the voices of the youth, allowing them to discuss crucial topics, from mental health to social justice, fostering dialogue and awareness. Through music, talk shows, and interviews, TAY Radio becomes a source of inspiration, fostering a sense of belonging and camaraderie among its youthful audience.

Moreover, TAY Radio acts as a bridge between generations, allowing older and younger individuals to engage in meaningful conversations. It offers the wisdom of the past while embracing the innovation of the present, encouraging youth to explore new horizons while respecting the lessons of history.

In essence, TAY Radio is not just a source of entertainment; it is a transformative force that molds young hearts and minds, nurturing a generation of informed, empowered, and inspired individuals ready to take on the challenges of the world.

To learn more, visit the TAY Radio Marin Facebook page.

Dia de los Muertos

Day of the Dead annual festival

For 35 years, the traditions of Día de Los Muertos — Day of the Dead — have been honored and celebrated by community members of San Rafael and beyond. The celebration comes from the ancient wisdom of the indigenous people of Meso and South America. Through the years it has been open to many spiritual influences of this ever-developing world and changing universe we live in.

The multicultural community of the Canal Neighborhood hosts an annual Día de Los Muertos celebration and welcomes residents and visitors to San Rafael to share in a grateful acknowledgment of the continuing ebb and flow of existence. The Multicultural Center of Marin is a co-organizer of the event and contributes to the goal of honoring the cultural assets of immigrant communities and sharing the cultural legacy of Latin American cultures with Marin residents.

Learn more about this year’s festival.