Practice of Letting Go: Take a moment to listen to the loop that plays in your mind of, “If I had only done _____, then this would not have … Continue reading A Handful of Mental Health Tips and Practice for Download and Sale
I’ll be teaching in New York City next month and selling copies of my zine at the workshop. Rest for Resistance is online publication for QTPOC Mental Health, prose and … Continue reading Find Your Voice Workshop in New York City, October 6th
Curious to know what’s like to be at CEPA? Watch my interview with director, Melissa Rosario for a deeper look and the sound of coquis in the background.
I was waiting to move to Puerto Rico to be an artist in residence at La Rosario in September 2017 when an unexpected surgery delayed my departure and Hurricane Maria … Continue reading In Process at Vermont Studio Center as a Writer in Residence with the Displaced Artist Fund
We have theories in the diaspora of what it would be like to come home, and there are theories in Puerto Rico of what is it like to live in … Continue reading 5 Steps to Interdependent Living Desde Puerto Rico y Visita de Solidaridad @CEPA
We are more than beaches or the white man’s imagined Guam or West Palm. We are more than sexualized stereotypes and two genders. So are our island siblings of the Antilles. In a not so distant past, we lived without borders, until colonizers enforced them versus integrated with the land and its children.
On my last day working as a Staff Assistant at African and African American Studies, Professor Mugane, Director of Harvard’s African Language Program told me, “Leave the feeling of being … Continue reading New Year, New Business
Stephen Hawking, visionary physicist and humanitarian, has died at the age of 76. I am taking pause to remember his life and the brief time I spent with him while … Continue reading Mourning the loss of Stephen Hawking at the Intersection my Heart, Logic and work at Harvard
“You have a fierce way of moving through the world that is both gentle and soft, full of fire,” are words I received from my amigx during my interview process … Continue reading Seed, Root + Bloom: Sharing Medicine in Community and Professional Spaces
Bomba has evolved through centuries, it was originally created by the merging of Taino/Arawak Native peoples of the island, enslaved Africans brought to the island, and the Spanish that sailed there during the 16th and 17th Century.
Join ‘Raíces Borikén Collective’ on Sunday, December 17th at 1:00 P.M., to continue the movement to decolonize Puerto Rico. We will start in Betances Plaza, located in South End’s Villa … Continue reading Event: Raíces Borikén Collective: Decolonize Puerto Rico March & Rally
Independent journalist Micaela Kimball invited me to the Podcast Garage, a community space in Allston, M.A. for budding multimedia journalists and all things podcast oriented. Here’s the scoop from Micaela … Continue reading Café Con Cass Podcast: 2 Mediamakers Connect Journalism & Therapy