The 1619 Project

Black History Month is an annual celebration to honor the history of the African diaspora. February was chosen as the month dedicated to the remembrance of African-Americans achievements and struggles. This last Saturday, on the 21st of March, we also celebrated the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. On this day, in 1960, […]

Midnight Marauders #3: Artificial Intelligence

In this new edition of Midnight Marauders, we brought to you our guest Felicia. Together, we shared some of our ideas and concerns about this week’s topic: artificial intelligence. Hence, we reflected on the impact of technologies and artificial intelligence on society and humanity as we know it.

Midnight Marauders #2: Sex Edition

On Thursday, we celebrated the Internation Condom Day with a special Sex Edition of our radio program. For this reason, we invited two very important guests, Valerio and Alma. Valerio is a volunteer in the organization Check Point, creating a documentary about the different perceptions around sex. Alma is the creator of the project “Fabric […]

75 years after Auschwitz

January 27th, 1945. The Red Army liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp. This was the chosen day to honor and remember the victims of the holocaust, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Jews, Soviet civilians and prisoners of war, Polish civilians, Sinti and Roma, Jehovah witnesses, criminals, homosexuals, and political opponents or from the resistance. These were […]

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

“Even tonight and I need to take a walk and clear my head about this poem about why I can’t go out without changing my clothes my shoes my body posture my gender identity my age my status as a woman alone in the evening/ alone on the streets/alone not being the point/ the point […]