Whether it is arroz con pollo, roti, rice and peas or collard greens and cornbread, we all have fantastic memories of the food our parents prepared for us. But let’s face it—some of our dietary habits need serious modification.
A Salute to Black Women of the Americas
ENGLISH & ESPAÑOL
March 24, 2008
Always marginalized in the history of the Americas and the Caribbean, African women and their descendants have played a crucial role in the struggle.
The Board of Directors of the Central American Black Organization (ONECA) made an important political tour in the United States.
I self-identify as Afro-Puerto Rican. But interestingly, my Blackness has constantly been challenged since I relocated to the U.S. mainland 14 years ago.