Rosa Alicia Clemente is an Afro-Latinx political commentator, community organizer, independent journalist, and 2008 Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate.
I offer my words at Colorado College the day after the election as a reflection, as a meditation, as a call to action. #LetsGetFreeContinue Reading
In case you missed it, hip-hop scholar and activist Rosa Clemente talked at length about Afro-Latina identity at Cal State Los Angeles. It’s a perspective that’s worth resurfacing given all the recent hoopla about Latinos identifying as white. In it, she talks about placing Afro-Latinos within the black radical tradition.Continue Reading
Yesterday, an interesting thing happened to me. I was told I am not Black. The kicker for me was when my friend stated that the island of Puerto Rico was not a part of the African Diaspora.Continue Reading
Rosa speaks on the podcast Politically Re-Active with W. Kamau Bell & Hari Kondabolu.
In this print-exclusive Ebony Magazine article, Rosa Clemente makes a forceful case for thinking outside of the two boxes.
As we see the erosion of the Republican party right before our very eyes, what if we could imagine and fight for a true democracy built upon the foundations of racial, economic, gender and social justice — a democracy that values humanity over profits?