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Tainos in New York

The curator for the National Museum of American Indian Taino exhibit discuses Tainos in New York

Le Bronx Vu Par Les Yeux d’un « Sneaker Addict » de France

Le Bronx Vu Par Les Yeux d’un « Sneaker Addict » de France

« C’est le Bronx ici! » Aussi étonnant que cela puisse paraître, cette expression est souvent utilisée en France pour caractériser une situation chaotique.

La  Herencia Hispana Ocultada en America

La  Herencia Hispana Ocultada en America

Este no es el mes de fiesta hispana. Es el mes de la herencia hispana. Deberíamos ponerle un acento a la palabra herencia.

Tolleranza Zero

Tolleranza Zero

Le polemiche sono state innescate dall’ordinanza del Comune di Firenze contro i lavavetri, seguita dalle dichiarazioni del Sindaco di Bologna, Cofferati, anch’esso deciso ad intervenire su tale fenomeno considerato causa principale di degrado urbano.

Bronx Latinos: No Longer a Minority

Bronx Latinos: No Longer a Minority

For years, Latinos have been called America’s fastest growing minority. But in the Bronx, you can’t say that anymore. Here, they are a slowly growing majority. Latinos are the largest chunk of the Bronx population, although not by a big margin.

Sexploitation in the Hip-Hop Industry

Sexploitation in the Hip-Hop Industry

Many feel the creation of a misogynistic image of black women poses a threat to the identity of black women in society and black culture in general.

Partir Etuder a L’etranger Grace a CUNY

Partir Etuder a L’etranger Grace a CUNY

45 étudiants de Lehman College se sont inscrits dans des programmes d’échanges universitaires.

Disney’s First Black Princess

Disney’s First Black Princess

Princess Tiana debuted in 2009.

Georgetown is a Floral Gem

Georgetown is a Floral Gem

On the northern coast of South America, facing the Atlantic Ocean, Georgetown is culturally more akin with the Caribbean islands. The city lies five feet below sea level, and is protected from floods by a lengthy sea wall, built in 1882.