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CLEMENTXANIMAN

RADIO CHANGO

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AWARENESS OF SPANISH-SPEAKING PEOPLE AND CULTURE: LATINO, AFRICAN DESCENTS IN LATIN AMERICA, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, HOWARD UNIVERSITY STUDENTS RELATIONSHIP WITH SPANISH-SPEAKING.

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During this show, Cynthia and Mariza, the hosts of Radio Chango, will talk about the derogative way Black hair is represented in Latin America. They will talk also about how such a representation affects the identities of African descent in Latin... more

Cynthia and Mariah will talk about a controversial art exhibit in London, by a South African artist. News from Howard University will be discussed too.

Cynthia and Mariah will talk about Ebola and Critical Languages scholarships for Study Abroa

Cynthia y Mariah, hosts of Radio Chango, will talk about the Homecoming taking place this week at Howard University

Mariah and Cynthia are students at i at Howard University and will talk about the relevance of hosting Radio Chango.

Student at Howard University, and president-to-be (Fall 2013) of Chango, Howard University Spanish Cultural Society, Leah Hairsto will talk about her early passion for travel abroad and her cultural experiences.

DR MONDRAGÓN IS THE COORDINATOR OF THE SPANISH UNIT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES, AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY. SHE WILL DISCUSS THE PREREQUISITES, MANDATORY... more

CONVERSATION WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS ABOUT THE VALENTINE'S DAY

A DISCUSSION WITH ANTONIO MURILLO, PROFESSOR OF SPANISH IN THE DEPARTMENT OF WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY, ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF BILINGUALISM FOR AFRICAN... more

A discussion with Dr. James Davis, the Department Chair of World Languages and Culture at Howard University, about the benefits of studying abroad for black students. Dr. Davis earned his PhD in Spanish from the University of Maryland... more

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