The full title of this article by Fabiola Fernández Adechedera is “In Conversation with Tiffany Alfonseca: ‘The Representation of Afro-Latino Culture Is Essential.’” For full interview of Dominican-American artist Tiffany Alfonseca and a photo gallery of her spectacular work, see C& América Latina. Tiffany Alfonseca is a Dominican-American artist who, from her studio in the…
According to the Bank of England, we may be facing the biggest economic downturn we’ve seen in 300 years, and like every recession, black and brown people have been hit the hardest – especially when it comes to employment.
The Jamaican government has announced a partial reopening of the island’s entertainment industry following calls from industry professionals that no considerations were previously given to them.
Making the announcements in the House of Representatives, Minister of Local Government and Community Development Desmond McKenzie said that the restart of live entertainment, as well as social activities, including summer camps and nurseries, will be on a trial basis, starting next Tuesday, July 21.