Senator Marisol Alcántara Announces Washington Heights’ First Drop-In Center For Homeless LGBTQ Youth

State Senator Marisol Alcántara, together with the Dominican Women’s Development Center, announced $100,000 in state funding today for Washington Heights’ first drop-in center for homeless LGBTQ youth at Holyrood Episcopal Church which will provide space for the center. Continue Reading →

Hey Harlem, You’re Invited To The Dominican Film Festival Opening Night From Council Member Rodriguez

The Dominican Film Festival in New York @DFFNY is offering FREE tickets for all community members for its 6th annual opening night this Tuesday, July 25th at 8PM. Continue Reading →

Free Concert By The Association of Dominican Classical Artists In Harlem

The Association of Dominican Classical Artists presents: “Luis Días ¡ÉCHALE GAS!” The concert will be held on Thursday, April 20th at 7:00 PM at Aaron Davis Hall, Marian Anderson Theater, New York, NY 10031.

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Congressman Adriano Espaillat Recognizes The Dominican Community

U.S. Congressman Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement today to commemorate the 173rd anniversary of the Independence of the Dominican Republic: Continue Reading →

5th Annual Dominican Flim Festival Opening Night Premiere

reynessa film in harlemIt’s an honor to cordially invite you to the Opening Night Film of the Dominican Film Festival with the USA Premiere of La Familia Reyna (The Reyna’s Family) at the United Palace on June 22, 2016 at 8:00PM. Continue Reading →

The CUNY DSI Announces Dominican Studies Fellowship

Dominican Studies fellowship 2016The CUNY Dominican Studies Institute (CUNY DSI) is pleased to announce the 2016 National Supermarket Association (NSA) Dominican Studies Fellowship for doctoral students and faculty. Applications are due on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 by 5pm.

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Dominicanos USA Registers Over Voters From Harlem To Rhone Island

Dominicanos USAIn a triumph for the Dominican-American community, Dominicanos USA (DUSA) blew past its goal and announced it had registered more than 100,000 Dominican-Americans in New York (almost 5,000 people in Harlem) and Rhode Island in their first year of voter registration efforts as part of their “Road to 100k” campaign. Continue Reading →