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The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) at New York University is an interdisciplinary teaching, research, and public information program.
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CLACS at NYU Feb 11
A live performance by José Feliciano at NPR's Latino USA office! Camera and video editing by CLACS alumna Amanda Alcántara.
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NACLA Report Feb 11
We're pleased to announce that Puerto Rican musician and activist Ani Cordero will be speaking and performing at NACLA's 50th anniversary gala dinner and fundraiser next month in New York City. Get your tickets at:
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CLACS at NYU Feb 11
Weekly headlines from around the region: Brazil: Police kill suspect in Marielle Franco assassination. (Sunday, 2/9) El Salvador: President Nayib Bukele orders military to occupy parliament building in standoff…
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CLACS at NYU Feb 11
Carla García (): “In Central America we have the lands and that is why they are forcing us to move”
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
Carlos Sandoval (Universidad de Costa Rica): “When migration became forced, law enforcement also took place and this is Central America nowadays”
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
Follow the between Carla García (), Carlos Sandoval () and Daniel Mendiola () at
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
You can follow “Caravans in Context: Central America and the History of Forced Migration” in
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
Caravans in Context: Central America & the History of Forced Migration will begin shortly! You can still join us at King Juan Carlos Center.
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NACLA Report Feb 6
Journalist reports from the Mexico-Guatemala border, where the Mexican national guard recently clashed with a of thousands of Central Americans attempting to reach the United States.
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NACLA Report Jan 30
You're invited! Tickets are now on sale for NACLA's 50th anniversary gala fundraiser, which will be held in NYC on March 14. Join us for a night of food, drink, music, and more! Also, stay tuned as we announce some of our speakers for the evening!
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
[Tonight! Central America Migration], Colombia's Peace Agreement, Coco Fusco, AFRO Syncretic, Horror in the Andes, & more! -
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
Join us tonight at the KJCC for a screening of “Casa en Tierra Ajena” followed by a conversation on Central American migration.(6-8pm)
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CLACS at NYU Feb 10
[Reminder] CLACS Faculty Grant 2020 Due February 12, 2020 -
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CLACS at NYU Feb 7
¡Happy Friday! “A Menina Dança” by Novos Baianos. (1972, Brazil). From the album “Acabou Chorare”.
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CLACS at NYU Feb 6
Happy birthday to the legendary Bob Marley. Today would have been his 75th birthday.
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CLACS at NYU Feb 6
Join us this Monday, February 10th, from 6pm-8pm in the KJCC auditorium for a screening of “Casa en Tierra Ajena” followed by a discussion moderated by CLACS faculty member Daniel Mendiola.
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LatinxProject Jan 10
Spring programming will be 🔥💥check our website for details!
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CLACS at NYU Feb 3
Follow our talk with the directors of “Antiman” and “The Seawall” at
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CLACS at NYU Feb 3
Boyhood and Masculinity in Contemporary Guyanese Film now at KJCC! Follow us on:
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CLACS at NYU Feb 3
[Tonight! Contemporary Guyanese Film], Central America Migration, Colombian Studies Speaker Series, Coco Fusco, Horror in the Andes, & more! -
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