NPR’s Latino USA and Rest for Resistance by: QTPoC Mental Health have published my latest, “The Puerto Rican Diaspora is Flooded,” on their online platforms. QTPoC Mental Health empowers the … Continue reading My Latest: The Puerto Rican Diaspora is Flooded
To view full feature, “Invisible No Longer,” at the Harvard Gazette click here. Excerpt: “You’re going to see a lot of diversity in the room,” Cassandra Fradera, A.L.M. ’17, co-president of … Continue reading Speaking to the Harvard Gazette about the 3rd Annual Latinx Graduation and my experience as Harvard’s Co-Presidenta of the HLSA.
When Bomba began as tradition in Puerto Rico, it was a way for enslaved Africans from central and west Africa to communicate through music and dance. Acknowledging Bomba as a … Continue reading My Latest: Lío Villahermosa Finds Bomba Searching for the History of His Late Father
The Harvard Kennedy Center for Public Leadership invited The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy to conduct video interviews for the first American Adelante Conference at the Harvard Kennedy School. I … Continue reading Interview with Lisa García Quiroz, Chief Diversity Officer of Time Warner, Inc. at Harvard’s Inaugural American Adelante Conference.
Tonight was the Somerville Women’s Comission Women’s History Month Annual Reception. In the presence of State Representative Barber, fellow commissioners, and peers I represented the anti-violence committee and spoke about … Continue reading Serving as a Commissioner for the City of Somerville.
Lewis Morris, 26 of Providence, R.I. and a resident of Boston, Mass. wrote his first poem at the age of 11. He is now a multi-talented performing artist with … Continue reading Café con Cass Portrait: Lewis Morris, poet, educator and MC in Boston, Mass.
Café con Cass is a live show that is taped on Sunday nights at 8 PM bringing dialogue alive on healing, arts, and diversity with occasional guests with a cup … Continue reading Café con Cass debuts in a new time slot with a feature on Stromae
I genuinely felt like this has been my best show yet. I was really nervous for this one and you’ll notice when I say, “Good Afternoon,” and bounce right back. … Continue reading Café con Cass: New Episode
Seasons Greetings & Feliz Año Nuevo! It’s been a while since I have written a post directors toward my visitors and readers using the “I”. Thank you so much for … Continue reading Greetings in the New Year
Bikers often get a bad wrap. In this organization, they are defending the most vulnerable.
Please join me in a new creative venture in citizen journalism. I have written so much on this blog, and this past season, I revisited the many projects I … Continue reading Premiere Episode: Café con Cass at Cambridge Community Television
5 years ago, I decided to take a moment to remember what I was born with. I was moments into my 20’s and already overwhelmed by the expectations to become … Continue reading Teaching: Caribbean Movement 2nd Summer Session