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Ranald
Oracle | Auto-Brujo | Latinx museum work & otras vainas 🇻🇪
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Ranald 13h
De repente, como quien se vuelve loco y confunde su pasado y su presente
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Ranald Feb 18
I miss Sevilla now
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Ranald Feb 18
Too pained, too soft, too privileged to regularly read the news out of Venezuela. Even if you manage to leave, the sense of disaster & regret is inescapable.
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Shannon Sims Oct 6
Nice graphics showing movement of Venezuelans. Many Venezuelans escaping to Chile, Colombia, Panama, Spain, USA.
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Historia de Colombia Feb 18
Museo Del Oro Zenú de Cartagena de Indias – Objetos de oro elaborados por la cultura Zenú antes de la invasión española
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Historia de Colombia Feb 17
Tejuelo: Moneda usada para hacer transacciones comerciales entre Muiscas y Panches (antes de la invasión española)
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Ranald Feb 16
Early bird registration for conference complete! 🐛
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Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum Feb 16
Join your community tomorrow at ACM! Chris Meyers Asch and George Derek Musgrove will discuss their book, "Chocolate City: A History of Race and Democracy in the Nation's Capitol."
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amhistorymuseum Feb 15
We're hiring! Next year, the Smithsonian’s resident jazz orchestra will engage audiences around the world through a multi-city world tour. We're seeking an experienced project manager to join our team:
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She Shreds Feb 7
Sister Rosetta Tharpe was one of the first recording artists to use heavy distortion. RT if you stand by this image and the untold history of pioneering black women guitarists ✊🏿✊🏾like and fill this thread with black women who shred.
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Ranald Feb 13
I got mine! Proudly purchased at the awesome gift shop
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ravon Feb 12
“Ten years before the Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins (and five before Rosa Parks’ bus stand), a group including Mary Church Terrell challenged discrimination in DC restaurants—and won.”
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el gran varòn Feb 13
as media celebrates adam rippon, i want to remind the universe of the fabulous rudy galindo, a latinx HIV positive gay man who queered the figure skating world more than 20 years ago.
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Ranald Feb 13
¿Pa’ qué me pides joropo si tú ni los zapateas? Snap! It’s going to be a challenge to deploy that though.
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The Met Feb 12
"In ancient Egypt, objects created with faience were considered magical, filled with the undying shimmer of the sun, and imbued with the powers of rebirth." —Carolyn Riccardelli, conservator in the Department of Objects Conservation:
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Ranald Feb 12
Águila no caza mosca ⚡️🧞‍♂️⚡️
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Ranald Feb 12
I want to hear grizzled jazz musicians kvetch about Weather Report
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Ranald Feb 10
Love her work like I 😻 the work of Laura Molina
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Ranald Feb 9
Para seguir con el tema, this cartoon is mostly about Latinxs, but also “undesirable” others in the Dreamers mix (whom is the bomb-toting figure referencing 🤔); the editorial board apologized, essentially saying that they misread (?!) the intention of the cartoonist
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Steve Kiviat Feb 8
The Spring Arts issue is out. Includes my previews of gigs by Haitian band Ram, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico & Dominican bachata musician Joan Soriano
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