Diverging

groana:

For some time now, I’ve felt that I’ve been blending my own interests and those of Ni Aquí, Ni Allá almost to a fault.  Therefore, I’ve decided it was time to create a second blog; my own personal artist blog, separate from Ni Aquí, Ni Allá, whose purpose I feel is to be more multidimensional.

Welcome to my sketchbook.

Follow groana’s artist blog here!

(Source: groana)

tobia:

NYTIMES Interactive: Migratory Models.

“People would always tell me I should model. I was lukewarm about it at first until I decided to stop studying. Then it started to look like a great idea.” Akuol de Mabior, 23, Sudan 

»laeticia, NYTimes.

que bella

tobia:

NYTIMES Interactive: Migratory Models.

“People would always tell me I should model. I was lukewarm about it at first until I decided to stop studying. Then it started to look like a great idea.” Akuol de Mabior, 23, Sudan 

»laeticia, NYTimes.

que bella

(via guerrillamamamedicine)

Diverging

groana:

For some time now, I’ve felt that I’ve been blending my own interests and those of Ni Aquí, Ni Allá almost to a fault.  Therefore, I’ve decided it was time to create a second blog; my own personal artist blog, separate from Ni Aquí, Ni Allá, whose purpose I feel is to be more multidimensional.

Welcome to my sketchbook.

Follow groana’s artist blog here!

(Source: groana)

tobia:

NYTIMES Interactive: Migratory Models.

“People would always tell me I should model. I was lukewarm about it at first until I decided to stop studying. Then it started to look like a great idea.” Akuol de Mabior, 23, Sudan 

»laeticia, NYTimes.

que bella

tobia:

NYTIMES Interactive: Migratory Models.

“People would always tell me I should model. I was lukewarm about it at first until I decided to stop studying. Then it started to look like a great idea.” Akuol de Mabior, 23, Sudan 

»laeticia, NYTimes.

que bella

(via guerrillamamamedicine)

Diverging

About:

Founded by two second-generation Dominicanas, NI AQUÍ, NI ALLÁ (NaNa) was initially imagined in 2009 and eventually created in early 2010.

Inspired by the coils of our curly hair, the radiant color of our skin, the trials and tribulations of our immigrant families, the seasonings of our food, the pulsating rhythm of our music and the beauty of this grand earth in which we live in, we created this blog with the hopes of providing a raw and uncensored perspective on life & the overall experience of living between two worlds...neither here, nor there.

Through the publication (and sometimes re-publication) of analytical insights, thought-provoking imagery and personal accounts of our own life journeys, NI AQUÍ, NI ALLÁ aims to promote dialogue and awareness on a range of topics affecting Latinos and other minority groups & communities.

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