We typically associate Black History Month with African-Americans. Since this is commonly the case, what does Black History have to do with the Latinx community? There is a tendency to view “black” and “Latinx” as separate entities, as if they have nothing to do with...
A Mother accompanies her daughter and discusses their reasons for deciding to naturalize. DUSA held its fourth DUSA Citizenship workshop January 28, 2017. . This citizenship initiative is possible thanks to support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York
DUSA held its fourth DUSA Citizenship workshop January 28th, Eighteen-year-old participant Carolina discusses her reasons for deciding to naturalize, and the importance of this milestone.This citizenship initiative is possible thanks to support from the Carnegie...
Listen to Mrs. Fernández speak about her experience with DUSA during our Citizenship workshop on Sat. Dec. 17
Listen to one of our volunteers speak about his experience with DUSA during our Dusa Citizenship workshop on Saturday, Dec. 17.
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Artist Persio Minier discusses Dominican migration through his art.
On Thursday, December 1st, 2016, Dominicanos USA had the honor of exhibiting the artwork of renowned artist Persio Minier. Euritmia is the second exhibition that Minier displays at Dominicanos USA’s New York headquarters.
Volunteer Daily Guerrero is interviewed by renowned journalist Cesar Romero. On Saturday, November 19, 2016, Dominicanos USA (DUSA) helped U.S. residents complete the naturalization application to become United States citizens. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and...