5 Steps to Interdependent Living Desde Puerto Rico y Visita de Solidaridad @CEPA

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 the states, and a migration in between that is connected by physical and metaphysical threads. We create hubs and spaces, but it wasn’t until I…

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May the Children of Borikén Remember Their Own Waters, and Never Go Against Them

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.

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Mourning the loss of Stephen Hawking at the Intersection my Heart, Logic and work at Harvard

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 working at Harvard Physics. In the words of Neil Degrasse, “His passing has left an intellectual vacuum in his wake. But it’s not empty. Think…

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