Dorothy Bell Ferrer

(Also known as Dorothy Bell) is an Afrolatina (Boricua/ Dominicana) activist who has lived her life in Cleveland, Ohio exploring and learning about her culture and who she is. She is currently a senior working on a B.S. in political science with a minor in Spanish language. Dorothy is also a community organizer for National Boricua Human Rights Network in Cleveland and as a devoted independentista, often shares her political views using social media and her personal blog. In her free time she enjoys writing, dancing, learning, serving others, developing her knowledge of the African Diaspora and talking to people about their experiences.

Magdalena Albizu’s “Negrita” Film Reminds Us to Keep Telling Our Stories

Spring for many means healing, growth and new beginnings. February closes chapters, the snow melts in the north. March opens new ones. The beauty of these past two months is that they celebrate Black history and la belleza de la mujer. Throughout these two months I have had ample contact with producer and actress Magdalena…