Archive | July, 2011

Latino Dominance In Major League Baseball

By Efrain Nieves & Victoria Cepeda As we take a break and fall into the middle of Baseball season, we start to reflect on the past time of Baseball. Many of us  grew up learning of great Latino Baseball players such as Roberto Clemente, Fernando Valenzuela, Juan Marichal. With only a small percentage of players, Latinos still held a strong […]

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Aire Durando by Manuel del Cabral

Written and Edited by Efrain Nieves & Victoria Cepeda Manuel del Cabral was born on March 7th 1907 in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. Manuel was first  recognized when he wrote  Compadre Mon in 1943 which spoke of injustice. Most of Cabral’s work focused on love, politics, society and culture and the hardships of Afro-Caribbeans. Here […]

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Poetry Event Poesý 20/10 2nd Edition

Press Release “The smell of ink is intoxicating to me – others may have wine, but I have poetry. ~Terri Guillemets”   Poesý 20/10 celebrates the essence of life that flows and feels through poetry. That which emerges from the souls of beings known throughout the ages as poets. It is they who, with their singular voices, […]

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