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Yaniré Ferrer

Chachi Yaniré also known as Dorothy, graduated from Kent State University with a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish and Latin American Literature and is currently studying at University of Puerto Rico Precinct of Rio Piedras. Chachi specializes in an advocate for social justice, mainly focusing on deconstructing the racist capitalist colonial system in Puerto Rico. The majority of her writings involve themes central to afropuertorriqueñidad , and afro caribbean narratives (Dominican, Puerto Rican, Cuban). Chachi Yaniré has served as a staff writer for The Media Response magazine that focuses on the "diasporican" narrative, has been published in The Gallery magazine, and LATINA magazine. Chachi has presented workshops at Depauw University in Indiana, various places in New York City and Piñones, Loíza, Puerto Rico. She is currently a member of Ilé Collective, where she collaborates with other afrodescendant women to promote racial equality in Puerto Rico and reaffirm blackness as a crucial part of Puerto Rican identity. Through this work she has founded the organization La tinta es Negra to empower women throughout the Americas to write their stories. Chachi Yaniré is writing her first memoir-novel for release within the next year.

The content published on this site ranges from personal essays to academic essays.

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