Mex and the City and photographer Carlos Alvarez Montero present

Mitzi Hernandez and Angelita Mendoza, Racial Profiling DF, Racial Profiling, Mex and the City

We met these two ladies when they were collaborating on VidiVici TV together. The two journalists/producers develop video content for large and small media agencies in New York and nationally. As a team they are sparkling and sharp as individuals they are super hard working and ambitious creatives. They produce Spanish and English language content for media outlets like Univision as well as commercial clients like Pepsi. They’ve even filmed us (with hard hitting questions) on landmark M&TC events. Today, Angelita is a producer for Remezcla and Mitzi is freelance covering el voto Latino in the US, Mexican presidential elections, and other timely events. We are excited to see these two talented women in front of the camera as well as behind the scenes developing hard-hitting news and colorful cultural initiatives. We delight in seeing more of them on TV and online!

Mitzi Natalia Hernández Cruz
Age: 30
Place of Birth: Mexico City
Parents: Wilfrido Hernández de la Torre from Zacatecas and Lidia Cruz Pascual from Oaxaca.
Occupation: Producer, Journalist, and Video Editor.
When did you move to NYC and why?
Trabajaba en Tv Azteca cuando hubo fraude en las elecciones, renuncié por indignación y mi pareja en ese entonces consiguió trabajo en Columbia University. Fue fácil decir que sí a la mudanza.

Which neighborhood do you live in and why?
Park Slope. I found the perfect place with nice roomies. This was cheaper than Bedstuy where I lived before and I have more options than the G train. And there are good tacos at Sunset Park.

Name a New York moment.
Aquí fue la primera vez que ví nevar. Casi lloro pero a cambio, levante la cara y abri la boca para comer un poco de nieve.

How do you keep it Mex in the City?
Le pongo salsa Valentina a todo y siempre cargo un artículo o accesorio mexicano.

Share the best piece of advice a close relative or someone dear to you gave you?
The lazy work twice. El huevon trabaja doble.

What’s your drink of choice?
I love beer!
Name your favorite past time.
Me gusta hacer ejercicio y después descanzar leyendo o ver television sin moverme.

Tell us your favorite Mexican expression.
Usted no se me achicopale!

Which Mexican do you most admire and why?
José Vasconcelos. Siempre me ha parecido una pieza clave de la cultura Mexicana y de la educación. Con su alta inteligencia y sarcasmo pudo responder a sus oponentes politicos y adversarios con humor al que nadie podía contestar. Muy progresista y con política social dió mucho para que la educación en México se desarrollara con ideales de que el conocimiento compartido debía ayudar a un bien común. ´Por mi Raza Hablará el Espíritu´deja ver que quien tiene la capacidad y tuvo la oportunidad, debe utilizar sus talentos para desarrollar a la sociedad.

Describe a fun or interesting fact about you.
(Soy muy mala para hablar de mí…) Crecí en Neza, una ciudad sin pavimentos ni telecomunicaciones en esos años… el salto de mi infancia en la que no me percataba que existían centros comerciales a estar viviendo en Nueva York. Acredito esa curiosidad a viajar a unos padres amorosos que compartieron conmigo libros bellos que me enseñaron que el mundo es muy grande y muy pequeño. Luego de viajar al sur de América y por Europa, descubrí que Nueva York, es mi nueva ciudad.

Angelita Mendoza
Age: 31
Place of Birth: Pomona, CA
Parents:  Mexicali, Baja California
Occupation/Aspiration: Producer/Editor/CEO VidiVici TV

When did you move to NYC and why?
In 2005, I wanted to work in TV/Film but disliked LA.

Which neighborhood do you live in the city and why?
Williamsburg, it's the perfect mix of artist community and barrio Latino.

Name a New York moment.
I always love making eye contact and laughing with strangers on the subway whenever something random and weird happens.

How do you keep it Mex in the City?
By promoting international music, art, and film with a strong focus on the local Mexican Indie community.

What’s your drink of choice?
Beer and Sangria Senorial.

Name three songs on your mind right now.
"Night Call" by Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx (of CSS), "There is a Light that Never Goes Out" by The Smiths, and "La Celula Que Explota" by Caifanes.

What is your favorite song? "
Amor Eterno" by Juan Gabriel but sung by Rocio Durcal.

Name your favorite past time.
Watching movies

Tell us your favorite Mexican expression.

Which Mexican do you most admire and why?
Alfonso Cuarón. He's an amazing filmmaker and after being told he'd "never work in this town again" in Hollywood he went home and revolutionized Mexican cinema. Runner up would be Robert Rodriguez because he's ridiculously hardworking and talented. He's not satisfied with simply directing a film, he writes it, scores it, edits it, shoots it, and even designs toys you see in his films.

Describe a fun or interesting fact about you.
I studied computer science for three years before realizing what I knew day one. It's boring!

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