July 25, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
If you live in Miami, you know about Junkanoo and its bright-colored costumes, brass-led parades and calypso rhythms. You know that this festive occasion represents the string of islands just 53 miles east of Miami. But that may be all you know about the Bahamas.
June 26, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
The third installment of our HOLA America, Hello Culture series about immigration in Miami features Afro-Latinos. Learn the story of how Afro-Latinos struggle with triple consciousness living in SoFlo.
May 10, 2019 • Contributed
In Which Major Athletes Can We See Divine Inspiration?
May 10, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
Among the 1 million Cubans living in Greater Miami, most would be considered rubio by Cuban standards. They are fair-skinned with light eyes. Yet, two-thirds of the population in Cuba is Black. Where is this community?
April 17, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
Haitians in Miami. They have etched out a firm place as the second largest immigrant group in the region, just after the Cuban immigrants – who share a similar refugee history. How do they identify and how do they relate to other Blacks in the city?
April 2, 2019 • V. Knowles
New York seems to control everything. What we watch, what we eat, what we wear, what we think about. So, what's the spell this city has got over us?
April 2, 2019 • Tiffani and Livingstone Knowles
This is our introduction to our HOLA America, Hello Culture series about the immigration patterns to one of the major coastal cities in the United States — Miami, Learn the stories of the African Diaspora and Migrant Groups in Miami-Dade County.
March 18, 2019 • Tobi Atte
Doors are at the same time the entrance to something amazing and the exit from something amazing or the entrance into something terrible yet the exit from something terrible. What does your relationship look like?
January 9, 2019 • V. Knowles
While the conservative right is all hot and bothered about incoming congresswomen Rahida Tliab and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, did we forget about Donald Trump?
December 17, 2018 • V. Knowles
Poor and disadvantaged people address needs before values. There may be more of a reason why Black People vote Democratic in the United States.