BY Elle Brosh
on Apr 25, 2014
Puerto Rican, American musician, Ani Cordero, is playing a concert at Joe's Public Theater on Thursday, MAY 1st, for International Workers' Day. In partnership with the North American Congress on Latin America, Cordero and her band will perform song's from her latest album, 'Recordar: Latin American Songs of Love & Protest' to inform a new generation of indie music audiences about the history of activism, women's rights, and social change in Latin America.
Ani is a pioneer of the world music scene. Read More
BY Intern Kerishma
on May 01, 2012
Today is International Workers’ Day, aka May Day, and over 80 countries are celebrating and honoring the history and progression of the international labor movement. Founded in 1886 in commemoration of the Chicago Haymarket Massacre and the May Day Riots, activists from all over the world will come together to celebrate the spirit of labor unions and make progress for the future.
In the United States, the gender wage gap is better than it’s ever been, but women still get paid less than men in all fields, save for “personal care and service. Read More