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LEADERSHIP: STEEVE COUPEAU
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Steeve Coupeau carefully balances his academic life and civic engagement. He brings together scholarship, pedagogical practice, and civic engagement in ways that make him a dynamic instructor, an exciting scholar and an inspiring advocate.
Coupeau is a dynamic Scholar-Activist who strives to increase representation of diverse voices in media/entertainment while defining what it means to lead with integrity.
To address the increasing demand for exclusive stories from verified sources, Mr. Coupeau published a book and stories across digital, print, and social media channels. As a teaching artist, he sees coding as a fun and meaningful activity. As an event manager, he received 2 presentation grants from major foundations. He has presented his Border Film Series at the Queens Public Library.
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Writer: Dr. Nader VAHABI
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Sociologist at LISST, University of Toulouse, at Jean-Jaures and at EHESS (Cadis) in Paris, Nader VAHABI broadens his field of study on migratory flows coming from the Middle East with an original angle of attack: "the pathology of modernism". His latest work “The 2015 refugee reception crisis, a pathology of modernism” is now available at L’Harmattan, Paris.
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About 6 million U.S. adults identify as Afro-Latino by Ana Gonzalez-Barrera, 5/9/22
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Estimating the size of the nation’s Afro-Latino population requires a different approach to capturing identity on surveys than is available from U.S. Census Bureau sources. To do this, Pew Research Center asked adults to self-identify as Afro-Latino independently from other questions on race or ethnicity. Asking directly about Afro-Latino identity yields a higher share of respondents who identify as Afro-Latino than by counting as Afro-Latino anyone who identifies as Hispanic and Black in a two-step race question format like the one used by the Census Bureau in the decennial census and its other surveys.
Results from the 2020 census, for example, show 1.2 million people of all ages identified as both Hispanic and Black, substantially below the 6 million Afro-Latino adults estimated using the Center’s method.
The racial groups Afro-Latinos identify with can be varied and diverse. When asked about their race on a Census Bureau-style question, about three-in-ten Afro-Latinos selected White as their race, 25% chose Black and 23% selected “some other race,” according to the Center survey. An additional 16% selected multiple races, while just 1% said they were Asian. Afro-Latinos who did not identify as Latino were more likely than those who did identify this way to mark Black as their race (59% vs. 17%).
Protecting biodiversity has paid off for Costa Rica by Alejandra Echeverri Ochoa and Jeffrey R. Smith for the Conversation 4/25/22
Our results clearly indicate that these two things cannot be considered in isolation. In our view, the tourism sector should emphasize conserving species, because many people will pay to see wildlife and unspoiled places.
Today tourism employs some 700,000 people in Costa Rica. Our research shows that if other countries want to develop ecotourism industries modeled on Costa Rica's, they should increase access to nature‐based tourism opportunities by building roads and hotels.
They also need to invest in protecting biodiversity, especially species that are endemic and threatened, which can serve as tourist draws. With careful planning and an inclusive perspective, we believe that nations can build sustainable tourism programs that benefit their economies and the environment.
SMART Summer Academy by Darleana McHenry Ed.D., 5/16/22
This research project starts as a pilot project with 100 students on June 1, 2022 and end July 1, 2022, Kindergarten through grade 12 who will be tutored, coached and mentored in Math for 6 weeks by Black College Interns. After the pilot project, we expand to Black students throughout Africa and the Diaspora. The research project involves 3 tiers and a 5-year commitment. We offer free basic math lessons online in 100 languages, paid Math tutorials in 5 languages and paid live Math lessons with an Academic Coach/Mentor.
We implement cultural relevant instruction and social emotional learning by empowering students that they can be high earners. We create a nurturing environment We use money to teach all basic math skill, numeracy, math operations, fractions, decimals percentages and algebraic expressions. We reduce math anxiety through games, conversations and bonding with mentor and coach.
Our version of character development and social justice is learning the skills that it possible to improve the lives of the Black community. We empower students to feel and think that they can make a difference in the world. We create lifelong learners and give Black children the foundation to succeed in a world full of anti-blackness. Application www.stcarriescenter.org