Bukele’s Régimen de Excepción, has suspended constitutional rights in the country and led to the arrest and detention of thousands of innocent people, Gellman writes.
Srinivas said it is common for food feuds to occur when it comes to inherited knowledge within families.
There will be three days of special events including live performances, a film festival, panels, and food!
Faculty Mneesha Gellman writes for The Conversation about the upcoming presidential election in El Salvador, which President Nayib Bukele is poised to win again.
As an Emerson community, we lament the genocide of more than 6 million Jewish, Roma, Sinti, LGBTQ+, and disabled people whose lives were taken by Nazi persecution, and the scourges of anti-Semitism and fascism.
Petting and cuddling Journey provided a calmness during what can be a hectic time of the semester.
The Vandals beat the CCNY Beavers to become champions!
“The environmental crisis needs different kinds of stories, because the stories of doom or ignorance that fills our media channels will simply not do,” said Professor Eric Gordon
Many of the week’s 18 events sit squarely at the intersection of these topics
Mneesha Gellman spoke to Bill Ayers about her research on the benefits of indigenous languages in public schools and the resistance it faces.