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Radio: Ofrendas and The Beautiful (Un)Ordinary, art in South Philly

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In this week’s episode of Encuentros Politicos/Political Encounters, I highlight two art projects in South Philly Tune in: http://www.usalamedia.com/radio/ Community altars, a conversation with the creators of La Ofrenda Earlier in September, renowned artist César Viveros, opened his installation La… Continue Reading →

Radio: Amplifying our voices: A convo w/ Dr Marilisa Jiménez Garcia

Description With all that has been happening in Puerto Rico over the last few years with the destructive storms, the ongoing economic crisis and the recent political mobilization that pushed governor Ricardo Rosello to resign, it is critical that we… Continue Reading →

Radio: Youth Rising: Young people fighting for the earth

April 21, 2019 Youth Rising: young people fighting for the earth, a conversation with Sabirah Mahmud On March 15, 2019 students across the world staged a strike in order to raise awareness around climate change. I’m delighted to have Sabirah… Continue Reading →

Thur (1.24.19) Being Yourself and Playing Your Way, challenging gender stereotypes thru children’s lit

This week’s Encuentros Politicos/Political Encounters: Being Yourself and Playing Your Way, a conversation with Afsaneh Moradian about challenging gender stereotypes through children’s literature On Usalamedia.com Thursday, Jan 24 (9a), with a repeat Sunday, Jan 27 (5p) [Eastern] Jamie Is Jamie:… Continue Reading →

Thur (1/10) 9a: Looking like a language, sounding like a race, a conversation with Dr. Jonathan Rosa on #USALAradio

On this week’s #EncuentrosPoliticos I speak with scholar/author Dr. Jonathan Rosa, about his book Looking like a Language, Sounding like a Race: Raciolinguistic Ideologies and the Learning of Latinidad. Tune-in Thursday’s at 9am est, with rerun on Sunday’s at 5pm… Continue Reading →

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