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  • Hostos To Screen Film, Food Chains

    Food Chains explores labor conditions that farmworkers experience in U.S. agricultural fields, focusing on a growing movement to win higher wages and human rights for people who grow the food that we eat.
  • Paper Bag Players: Hot Feet

    All wrapped up in a raucous song of hot city streets, The Paper Bag Players’ new show, HOT FEET, will have you singing, dancing, and laughing from start to finish.
  • Hostos Green Market Helping To Keep Hostos And The Bronx Healthy

    On April 15, Hostos Community College faculty and students will host a new Hostos Green Market event as part of a Professor Elyse Zucker’s ENG 110 316B Service Learning class, along with Student Leadership Academy students and Patti Wood of Grassroots Environmental Education.
  • Figures in Flight (Documentary)

    Discover the power of rehabilitation through the arts and the spirit of volunteerism.
  • Issue 11 Of The Hostos Review Being Launched To Celebrate Unpublished Literature Of Non-Fiction By Latina Writers

    Several distinguished authors will “cross borders” as part of a multimedia event on April 16, at 5 p.m., at Pregones Theatre in the South Bronx to talk about their contributions to the Hostos Review/ Revista Hostosiana (Issue No. 11): Stirred Ground: Non-fiction Writing by Contemporary Latina and Latin American Women Authors, edited by Hostos humanities professor, Inmaculada Lara-Bonilla.
  • Houses on the Moon DE NOVO by Jeffrey Solomon

    On the streets of Guatemala City, gang members were Edgar's only family. But, he dreamed of a different fututre. To leave the gang was a death sentence.
  • Plena Libre

    By popular demand, the four-time Grammy nominated 12-piece ensemble from Puerto Rico returns to Hostos Center to perform their own unique, high-energy blend of bomba, plena and Caribbean grooves including salsa, meringue, mambo and more.
  • Roy Brown & El Topo

    Two of Puerto Rico’s most beloved folk singers and the voices of a generation - Roy Brown and Antonio Cabán Vale “El Topo” – come directly from the Island for a special concert commemorating the 50th anniversary of the passing of the revered political leader and champion of the Puerto Rican independence movement.
  • Shadow Box Theatre The Earth & Me

    With a flowing tapestry of song, dance, puppetry and music, The Earth And Me inspires children with hope and empowerment.