Posts Tagged ‘Caribbean’

New York City Wages War on the Zika Virus | NY Times

New York City Wages War on the Zika Virus | NY Times

By MARC SANTORA It was well after midnight on a hot and sticky weeknight in Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan when the hunt got underway. A police car rolled slowly through the empty neighborhood in the predawn hours, its lights casting shadows on the buildings as a voice over a loudspeaker blared a warning to […]


New York’s Zika Fight Turns to Travel Precautions and Safe Sex | NY Times

New York’s Zika Fight Turns to Travel Precautions and Safe Sex | NY Times

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS At a clinic in Harlem where many of the patients have roots in the Dominican Republic, Dr. Juan Tapia-Mendoza talks to patients about the Zika virus daily. He asks if they are planning to visit the island this summer. He reminds them that the virus can be transmitted through sex. In […]


Caribbean Crossroads Symposium @ El Museo del Barrio

Caribbean Crossroads Symposium @ El Museo del Barrio

SYMPOSIUM: Caribbean Crossroads Keynote Address by Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott October 11 – 13, 2012 at El Museo del Barrio and The Studio Museum in Harlem In conjunction with the current exhibition CARIBBEAN: Crossroads of the World, El Museo del Barrio, the Queens Museum of Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem present a three-day […]

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