The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) fosters public debate about the processes of social reform occurring in the Western Hemisphere. A majority of this work is done through five ongoing programs: Latin America on the Move, Design and Development, Cuba Program, Building Bicentennials, and the President Néstor Kirchner Fellowship.
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The Black Brazilian Women’s Movements and Their Contributions to the Global Anti-Racist AgendaUL104 Room, University Center, The New School 63 5th Avenue, New York
We will reflect on the historical contributions of Black Brazilian movements to the anti-racist global agenda, especially those made by Black Brazilian women. Don't miss out!
MAIL ART CALL – 2084 IMAGINED FUTURES
Travel to the year 2084 and send a mail art to our present. Reception deadline: November 15, 2022. The works can be dispatched until November 15, 2022.
ONLINE I Gamers from the South: Other FuturesOnline
We will explore the idea of "literacy in the future" through video games.
The authors of three video games will dialogue with allies of te 2084 Imagined Futures program from Colombia, the United States, and Argentina.
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