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Rosa Alicia Clemente is an Afro-Latinx political commentator, community organizer, independent journalist, and 2008 Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate.
Workshop and Presentations
Fifth Element: Hip Hop As A Tool For Social Justice
I am not Hispanic: Afro-Latinx and Black Identity in the Latino Community
Nevertheless We Persist: Centering Women of Color in Social Justice
We The People: Resisting and Speaking Truth to Power in Uncertain Times
When A Black Puerto Rican Woman Ran For Vice-President and Nobody Knew Her Name
United People: The History of African-American and the Latinx Unity
Puerto Rico: Hidden Histories and Stories of Resistance
I am getting messages from concerned friends about my stance on Israel. Let me be clear I have been fighting Zionists since my days at SUNY-Albany, when I was in Albany State University Black Alliance, when I was president of ASUBA and when I was director of multi-cultural affairs for the Student Government. In that
Rosa Clemente discusses her awakening to ethnicity and race and how education leads the path to liberation. Published on Atlanta Black Star – video by Dash Harris. Invite Rosa Clemente to moderate, host or speak at your event: Name:(required) Email:(required) Speaking Date: About Your Organization, School or Program:(required)
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.
On Saturday, March 29th, 2014, Rosa Clemente delivered the keynote lecture to over 2,400 attendees of the 15th annual White Privilege Conference in Madison, WI. Listen, reflect and share your thoughts on Dr. Clemente’s lecture below. Invite Rosa Clemente to moderate, host or speak at your event: Name:(required) Email:(required) Speaking Date: About Your
Young Money Record’s Nicki Minaj apologized for using an iconic image of revolutionary human rights leader El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) to promote her new single “Lookin A** N***a”. Hip-Hop activist and 2008 Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate Rosa Clemente swiftly spearheaded a Change.org petition urging Minaj to remove the offensive and disrespectful image or face