Una vez al año, la gente se reúne en El Parque de la Amistad en San Diego, California, y Tijuana, México, para una ocasión feliz: el Fandango Fronterizo.
As a young girl, I dreamed of my father coming home and saying, “Hey kids, I brought fried chicken!”
Bridging Differences, Community
What happens when a gang in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, decides they’ve had enough of violence and oppression?
Wanda Henderson discusses the politics of black hair and how her salon, Wanda’s on 7th, fits into her Washington, D.C., community.
Wanda’s on 7th is more than just a beauty salon. To the people of Shaw, Washington, D.C., it’s a symbol of strength and resilience.
Music, Social Justice
Listen to an interview with Arrington de Dionyso about his early inspirations from Folkways Records, the merits of explicit versus implicit political art, and his motivations to create collaborative and challenging music.
Cultural Sustainability, Sports & Games
Horse racing is one of the most popular sports in Tibet, held during festivals and Lunar New Year celebrations.
Crafts, Cultural Transmission, Dress
Sprang has been practiced and revived across Europe, North and South America, some parts of the Middle East, and Asia.
Religion & Spirituality, Traditional Knowledge
“Solar eclipse” is an anagram for “rise collapse,” but it’s not necessarily the end of the world.