Vicky Diaz-Camacho

@vickyd_c

Vicky Diaz-Camacho is Flatland's community reporter, leading the CuriousKC initiative and investigative reporting efforts. Vicky has been at Kansas City PBS since October 2018. Her work has appeared on NPR, KCUR and the Kansas City Business Journal. Vicky moved from the Southwest to the Midwest – specifically from the "West Texas town of El Paso," as Marty Robbins sang. She is a proud Mexican-Puerto Rican American, which has motivated her to find and listen to overlooked voices in the community. Send her your questions.

Articles by Vicky Diaz-Camacho

Bomba, the Puerto Rican Genre of Resistance, Stands With Black Lives

Posted on June 25 2020 by Vicky Diaz-Camacho

  video via Flatland | Anna Gonzalez, Kansas City PBS How a Kansas City Dance Group Brought Island Culture to the Midwest Bomba is more than a genre of folk music. It’s a dialogue of rhythm, song and dance built on resistance and survival... [Read More]

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