Zumba: Feminism-powered Fitness | KCET
Zumba: Feminism-powered Fitness
Three nights a week in a neighborhood in El Monte, women do their hair and makeup as if they were going out on the town. Instead they are headed to an intensive exercise class. Reporter Cara Santa Maria discovered how a Zumba class can do much more than burn calories; it can unite a group of Latinas who are making their bodies, friendships, and community stronger.
Featuring Interviews With:
- Dionne Espinoza, professor, Chicano Studies, Liberal Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies at California State University, Los Angeles.
- Judith Olalde, Zumba student.
- Veronica Marquez, Zumba instructor
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