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Elizabeth Acevedo’s Dismantling of a Corrupt System Through Spoken Word July 15, 2016: At HuffPo’s Latino Voices, a feature on Dominican poet Elizabeth Acevedo, whose spoken word poem “Beloved, Or If You Are Murdered Tomorrow” “captures what she feels it’s like to [...] by

Latino Art and Ekphrasis November 26, 2013: In February, I’ll be spending a couple of days in DC at the Smithsonian American Art Museum to check out “Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art,” the exhibition behind “PINTURA: [...] by