History and Politics

Body of Island

March 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

By: Silvia La Rote They almost killed the Taíno but Dominicans are pomegranates and fowls. “It’s funny this version of Spanish.” Mulattos are rotting, brown in rotting [...]

Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter

February 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

  I was raised in a home where whiteness was glorified; the Eurocentric ideologies that characterized my mother’s history trailed her across the expanse of an ocean [...]

A Letter on the Need for Radical Compassion

February 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

Querida Familia, Welcome to another year on this Diasporic Dominican journey we are all on. It has been quite the journey into our Dominican identity as we have shared the [...]

Flores de Mayo

September 19, 2016 // 0 Comments

Written by Dulce María Reyes Bonilla We unfriended one other on Facebook faster than it took for us to become friends in the first place. I was the first to do it. It was [...]

My Father’s Game and Journey

February 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

Written By: Jhensen Ortiz           In my experience, I have never fully understood my father’s emotional uncertainties and struggle to become an individual as a [...]
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