Dominican artist based in The Bronx
 “Nada que Celebrar” action in Columbus Plaza in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo.  October 12th, 2017  Two red pieces of fabric beneath Columbus statue that read: “Nothing to Celebrate” “October 12, 1492 Starts the Genocide”. I handed flyers that read: “[...]Colonization was and is a violent process that destroys cultures, civilizations and continue violating our bodies and peoples.[...]”.  After being taken down of the statue, I walked the streets speaking to school children and grown ups about the history of colonization in the Dominican Republic.

Nada que celebrar

 “Nada que Celebrar” action in Columbus Plaza in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo.  October 12th, 2017  Two red pieces of fabric beneath Columbus statue that read: “Nothing to Celebrate” “October 12, 1492 Starts the Genocide”. I handed flyers that read: “[...]Colonization was and is a violent process that destroys cultures, civilizations and continue violating our bodies and peoples.[...]”.  After being taken down of the statue, I walked the streets speaking to school children and grown ups about the history of colonization in the Dominican Republic.

“Nada que Celebrar” action in Columbus Plaza in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo.

October 12th, 2017

Two red pieces of fabric beneath Columbus statue that read: “Nothing to Celebrate” “October 12, 1492 Starts the Genocide”. I handed flyers that read: “[...]Colonization was and is a violent process that destroys cultures, civilizations and continue violating our bodies and peoples.[...]”.

After being taken down of the statue, I walked the streets speaking to school children and grown ups about the history of colonization in the Dominican Republic.


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