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Living in Color: ’People of Color’ a phrase divided

The minimization of the minority has been a common trait of our society for centuries and has evolved over time in many different ways. Yet no matter how drastic the change, the oppression faced by minorities has continued to constrain any progress that could come. With the rise of Black Lives Matter movement, many are […]

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“Undone” handles modern day issues

Queens College’s production of “Undone,” written by Andrea Thome and directed by Tamilla Woodard, demonstrates the miscommunication between different generations using a mother-daughter relationship. The constant arguing between mother Odile, played by senior Shaunette Wilson, and daughter Valentina, played by senior Rosanny Zayas, affects their relationship drastically. “Undone” takes place in “a city like New […]

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