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Dominican Dembow: Community, Roots, Resistance. A Talk by Jennifer Mota

Uptown Campus
Greenleaf Conference Room

Join us for an evening with Jennifer Mota, a Dominican-American multimedia creative and columnist from Philadelphia whose journalism focuses on Caribbean and (Afro)Latinx contemporary popular culture, identity, and fashion.

Centering the experiences of the African diaspora, her writing amplifies the work of Black and Latinx transnational communities to create and revolutionize globalized pop music and culture. Her articles have been published in vehicles including Rolling Stone, Remezcla, and PopSugar.

Event co-sponsored by Tulane's Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute, the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University, and the Newcomb Department of Music.

Newcomb Department of MusicRoger Thayer Stone Center for Latin American StudiesNew Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane UniversityNewcomb Department of Music

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