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Radio: Ofrendas and The Beautiful (Un)Ordinary, art in South Philly

In this week’s episode of Encuentros Politicos/Political Encounters, I highlight two art projects in South Philly Tune in: http://www.usalamedia.com/radio/ Community…

Welcome Back! Fall 2019

Greetings OpenCUNY participants! Hello, howdy and welcome and welcome back! We hope your semesters are off to a good start!…

Working Out is Hard to Do

Elizabeth Foley     Americans are lectured constantly for our failure to exercise. We’re regularly updated on how obese and…

Korean Rap and the Politics of the Body: Developments in South Korean Feminism

Rafael Munia     On May 17th, 2016, near Exit 10 of Gangnam Station, one of the busiest subway stations…

Performing Health: Post-Surgical Bra Through Gender and Fashion Commentary

Adi Sieradzki   Post-surgical bras are not products often thought about by the general public. Their very specific market is…

Panel Explores the Real Estate State with Samuel Stein’s Capital City

Christopher Morrow By 5:30 pm on a Thursday evening, Room 4102 at the Graduate Center was full. The walls at…

Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State by Samuel Stein

Emily Holloway     Early this spring, not long after the long-anticipated grand opening, I visited Hudson Yards on a…

The Push for More Versatile PhD Science Students: Cultivating Future Leaders, Activists, and Communicators in the 21st Century

Jeannette Huaman   Getting your PhD in science teaches you a variety of things. Students often find themselves juggling responsibilities…

Intellectuals without Shores: Notes on Iraqi Culture after 2003

By Falih Hasan    In most nation-states in the Middle East, perhaps more so in Iraq, culture and literary activities…

No to Development over Sunnyside Yards!

JFAC worked with other Queens groups including Queens Neighborhood United, Centro Corona and the Queens Anti-Gentrification Project to disrupt NYCEDC’s…

JFAC members join The Real Discussion to shine the light on NYCHA’s crisis

JFAC Steering Committee members Ashley Jamison, Kristen Hackett and Stan Morse, along with Holmes Towers residents and organizer La Keesha…

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