Originally Published on Bakersfield.com Activist Rosa Clemente did not become the person she is today without some bumps along the road. The former vice presidential nominee and her suite mates were once accused of stealing from their white counterparts while at State University of New York at Albany. “All three of us had grown up in Westchester,
Watch the full interview at Vibe. Rosa Clemente, a Ph.D. candidate at UMass Amherst’s W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies shared her thoughts on black identity in Latin America with The Huffington Post. Afro-Latino is not about being black and Latino, Afro-Latina means to be a black Latina/Latino hence why the term Afro-Latino came about
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A growing community of young, black, and indigenous people are questioning the very identity underpinning Hispanic Heritage Month. By Miguel Salazar in The Nation Featuring Amanda Alcántara is a Dominican journalist and digital media editor at Futuro Media Group. Daniel Alvarenga is a Salvadoran journalist and a video producer at AJ+. Rosa Clemente is
Rosa Clemente spoke on September 15th at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, as a part of her 2018 national speaking tour.