Through weekly social justice themes, and using a communicative and popular education approach, participants will improve their Spanish skills. Special focus will be given to learning vocabulary and community organizing terminology. Offering: True Beginner, High Beginner, Low Intermediate, High Intermediate, Spanish for Bilinguals. Sign up now!
Donate your gently-used laptops to Cuba! The laptops will go to cultural centers throughout the country.
Let’s explore the acrylic painting technique through the popular painting traditions of the world.
An intermediate course on Portuguese, with historical and contemporary contexts of the working classes and social movements in Brazil, and other Portuguese-speaking countries.
This course is designed for native Spanish speakers*, people who grew up around Portuguese, who learned Spanish as their first language, or those who are fluent in Spanish. It is a continuation of the Winter course: Português Básico 2 (for Spanish Speakers).
A course on the basics of Portuguese with a glimpse on historical and contemporary contexts of the working classes and social movements in Brazil, and other Portuguese-speaking countries.
The aim of this 12- session course is to survey Marx’s political economic writings in 12 sessions to assess how far he succeeded in this mission and how far his findings illuminate contemporary conditions.
Join Beyond Identity (CCNY) and The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute for a Brazil-US racial justice summit.
Join us for another film directed by Heiny Srour, about Leila, a young Lebanese woman in London who time-travels through twentieth-century Lebanon and Palestine.
Join us for a launch event of Kyle Carrero Lopez's latest chapbook, Muscle Memory! This evening will feature a reading by the author and other writers, followed by a Q&A.
Celebrate International Working Women’s Day with us on March 11th for festivities, a dance workshop by Angel Kaba, dance party with DJ Ankia, and live band performance by Danaya Band.
CALL FOR ART - Artists Against Apartheid