Rosa Alicia Clemente is a 2008 United States Vice-Presidential candidate, journalist, political commentator, and scholar-activist.


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From Moments to Movements: The Power of Community Activism and Organizing

I am not Hispanic: Afro-Latinx culture, identity and politics in the 21st Century

Nevertheless, We Persist: Black and Brown Women Hold up Half the Sky

Puerto Rico on the Map: Hurricane Maria, The Legacy of Colonialism and How to Make a Nation

Taking it Back: How Hip-Hop Feminists Can Reclaim the Culture

We the People: Resisting & Speaking Truth to Power in Uncertain Times

When an Afro-Latina Woman Ran for Vice-President and Nobody Knew Her Name


 

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The Stigma of Incarceration – Panel at Mount Holyoke College

[bigbutton url=”http://trggradio.org/stigma-of-incarceration-panel-mount-holyoke-college/” color=”red”]Listen to the Panel hosted on TRGGR Radio[/bigbutton]   The Untouchable Caste of the United States: The Stigma of Incarceration and the Metamorphosis of Legal Discrimination Mount Holyoke College – South Hadley, Massachusetts – April 11, 2012 A panel featuring Rosa Clemente Jasiri X Jared Ball and Marc Lamont Hill moderated by Chris Tinson

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Immigrants Presente!: Going Beyond the DREAM Act, Imposed Borders, and Latinidad

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La Sociedad Latina and Student Immigrant Movement (SIM) welcomed Rosa Clemente for a discussion on the DREAM Act and Immigration Reform. Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA 10/11/2011   Invite Rosa Clemente to moderate, host or speak at your event: Name:(required) Email:(required) Speaking Date: About Your Organization, School or Program:(required) Submit

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Remembering Lolita Lebrón with Rosa Clemente and Dr. Jared Ball

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Daniel Ortega, president of Nicaragua, described Lolita Lebrón as “a symbol of the resistance of the peoples and of the constant battle for our sovereignties.” Lebrón (November 19, 1919 – August 1, 2010) was a Puerto Rican nationalist convicted of attempted murder after leading an assault on the United States House of Representatives in 1954. She was freed

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