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Race & Identity: The Diaspora Divide / Ras & Idantite: Divizyon nan Dyaspora a

Sunday, May 28 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Little Haiti Cultural Center

212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, United States

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This panel will offer insight on the strained relationship between Caribbean Americans and African Americans in South Florida, as both groups face similar social challenges, and are often pressured to redefine their black identities. Maude Heurtelou and Hervé Fanini-Lemoine will discuss the urgency of solidarity, so that the space between “us” and “them” might finally collapse. *A presentation in Creole with simultaneous interpretation in English


Ekriven yo pwal prezante relasyon difisil ki egziste ant imigran ki soti nan Karayib la avèk Nwa Ameriken ki nan Sid Lalorid: de (2) gwoup ki fè fas a menm defi sosyal e ki souvan sou anpil presyon pou yo defini idantite yo antanke moun nwa. Otè Maude Heurtelou ak Hervé Fanini-Lemoine pral diskite enpòtans primòdyal solidarite, pou zafè “nou menm” kont “yo menm” nan kaba. * Yon prezantasyon an kreyòl ak entèpretasyon similtane nan lang angle

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Details

Date:
Sunday, May 28
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Authors

Fanini-Lemoine
Hervé "Fanini" Lemoine
Heurtelou
Maude Heurtelou

Other

Language
English, Creole
Occurrence
All Year
Event Year
2017

Venue

Little Haiti Cultural Center
212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, United States
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