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
In July 2019, The Laura Flanders Show joined an artistic uprising in El Paso, Texas with folks from One Billion Rising, La Mujer Obrera, and more, who rise against the systemic violence and denial of human rights that immigrants and refugees experience. Featured Guests: Rosemary MartínezPresident, Centro De Los Trabajadores Agricolas Fronterizos Eve EnslerFounder, One
The Benjamin Dixon Show Episode 703 Benjamin Dixon spoke with organizer, activist, and independent journalist, Rosa Clemente, joined by Anoa Changa. We spoke about Puerto Rico, the diaspora, the renaissance of fascism and global white supremacy, as well as organizing, voting, and changing America. Enjoy this immensely important conversation. Listen to the Podcast
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
April Reign sits down with activist Rosa Clemente to talk social injustices, #BlackLivesMatter & more on Episode 1 of the new REIGN Original Series #TruthToPower.
One year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, Errol Louis discussed the recovery process and what still needs to happen with: Rosa Clemente of #OurPowerPRNYC, Jorge Vasquez of LatinoJustice PRLDEF, and former State Assemblyman Nelson Denis.