Sitemap - 2023 - Bronx Frontlines

On Palestine, Haiti, Bronx fires, and more.

For Bisan and all the history keepers.

A Brooklyn ball honors O’Shae Sibley

The art of Bronx religious propaganda.

A day of hazardous air in the Bronx.

I talked to Ramona Hernández, director of the only US university-based institute exclusively studying Dominicans.

A night at the Bronx County Historical Society celebrates Malcolm X and Yuri Kochiyama

A (violent) Saturday in the Bronx

Ten movies I am watching this month to think about organizing.

Lorraine Avila inspires me to be a more courageous storyteller.

Kara Jackson performs at NYC's Rough Trade

Reading Audre Lorde in the spring.

Easter, Eric Adams, and revolutionary theology in New York City.

Bronx community gathers to protest the shooting of Dominican Raul De la Cruz

Bx (Re)Birth and Progress—the Black birth workers caring for Bronx mothers.

Eric Adams, mayoral power, and the $102.7 billion NYC budget.

TikToker Ayandastood is creating joy outside the white imagination.

On International Women’s Day, highlighting the work of Camille Gomera-Tavarez

“Bantú Mama"—first Dominican film to get NAACP Best International Picture award.

Grief, Dominican independence, and Catholic colonialism

I have never seen a dating show like "Love Trip: Paris."

A year under the Eric Adams administration.

"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" exist in the murkiness of accountability work.

A deeper reading of "Dominicans in the United States: A Socioeconomic Profile"

An afternoon eating Dominican food at The Vegan Factory

Frontlines Friday: It feels like Spring in the Bronx. Here’s music to listen to today.

"Neruda on the Park" is a Dominican abolitionist text.

Frontlines Friday: Ice Spice & Valerie Jean-Charles’ “The PR Take”

Welcome to Bronx Frontlines—stories from the Dominican diaspora