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Film Screening: “Wordmade”

Boricua College hosts the screening of Wordmade, a documentary film directed by Fabian Caballero and Yolanda L. Rodríguez. It will be screened on Thursday, November 13, 2014, 7:00-8:30pm at Boricua College, Bronx Campus-Gallery-First Floor (Bronx, New York). 96 more words

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Kick Off The Conversation: Steven Rice

Long Island University-Brooklyn & Boricua College Adjunct Professor, Steven Rice speaks On Building Community.

Community is a place where people do more than just commune, unite, and live together. 323 more words

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New Book: Alanna Lockward’s “Marassá y la nada”

Alanna Lockward’s Marassá y la nada was recently published by Editorial Santuario. The book was illustrated by Gabriela Vainsencher, and the cover, designed by Amado Melo, is based on one of the artist’s drawings. 288 more words

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Culture Weekend's Shana Manuel Explores Washington Heights

Sometimes we ask bloggers to impart their unique travel wisdom by contributing a guest post. We’re happy to have Culture Weekend blogger Shana Manuel share with us her globally-inspired staycation in New York City. 684 more words

6th Annual Dominican Book Fair

The Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) and Fundación Global Democracia y Desarrollo (FUNGLODE) have partnered with the Dominican Commissioner for Culture in New York to celebrate the 6th Annual Dominican Book Fair, which takes place on September 28-30, 2012, at Boricua College in the Bronx, New York. 68 more words

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Panel Discussion at Boricua College: “Dominican Literature of the Diaspora”

In the context of the 5th Dominican Book Fair in New York, the Fundación Global Democracia y Desarrollo (FUNGLODE) invites the public to the panel discussion “Literatura Dominicana de la Diáspora” . 89 more words

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Introducing, The Professor

Introducing, The Professor

Dr. Robert K. Lewis has very generously conceded to lend his gravitas, or at least his gravitor, to this endeavor. Dr. Lewis very much encouraged me to start this blog, and without his prodding, it would not exist. 194 more words