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Judge Díaz's new autobiography, "Not from Here, Not from There".
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Judge and Puerto Rican activist discusses new autobiography at Glass Cafe

Introduced as a “living example of resistance to hate,” Judge Nelson A. Diaz recounted his path from public housing in Harlem to becoming a leading political activist for the Puerto Rican community in Philadelphia at a talk hosted last week by Centro, the college’s center for Puerto Rican studies.

Olive Tree Review open mic night showcases Hunter’s talent
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Olive Tree Review open mic night showcases Hunter’s talent

Freshman, alumni and super-seniors alike came to perform at The Olive Tree Review’s open mic night last week, presenting original poetry, excerpts of novels, songs and even a few freestyle raps.

Dance majors wrap up semester with diverse performances
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Dance majors wrap up semester with diverse performances

The fall dance showcase cycled throughout the weekend and included interpretive dance, hip-hop and other blended forms of dance styles. Dance students wear multiple hats, going back and forth between performing pieces, changing for the next act, or running off stage left to the work the lights.

Hunter grad takes on women’s issues in rap world — in song
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Hunter grad takes on women’s issues in rap world — in song

Janine Guerrier has released a debut album, Femtivity, on music sharing platforms and held her first concert to a packed room on campus last week. Look for her by the name of her alter-ego: Kiki Devii.

Fighting for women’s rights: ERA activist joins Roosevelt House
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Fighting for women’s rights: ERA activist joins Roosevelt House

As the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment gains momentum, one of its prominent leaders joins the Roosevelt House as Director of the Human Rights Program.