Small Business Week: The Hot Spot Latin Grill

Each semester, my students participate in part of the regional food plan produced by the DVRPC. That plan called for reviews of local restaurants to make sure existing, locally owned restaurants have online infrastructure sufficient to attract new costumers (particularly those new to our community coming here to work at the variety of new businesses … Read more of Small Business Week: The Hot Spot Latin Grill

Join us tonight for the Quest: A Portrait of an American Family

Here are the deets for our showing of critically-acclaimed Quest: a Portrait of an American Family: Tonight, in 401 Penn on Rutgers-Camden Campus. 6-8pm.  I’ve heard amazing things about the documentary, and we’re excited to have a Q&A with the family and the director afterwards. Would love to see you!  (If you click on the … Read more of Join us tonight for the Quest: A Portrait of an American Family

Puerto Rico’s Recovery and Some Musings on Camden

I had a chance last week to attend the fantastic Rutgers-Camden day-long forum on Puerto Rico’s recovery. This speech, by good friend Dr. Héctor Cordero-Gúzman was the highlight for me — he dove deeply into the was that austerity politics and the policies surrounding it contribute to a cycle of leaving the island. The cycle … Read more of Puerto Rico’s Recovery and Some Musings on Camden

Come Join Us and Support the Camden Women’s Unity Rally, Thursday 4pm

This is cross-posted from Blue Jersey.  I wanted to highlight and amplify an event being held tomorrow in Camden, NJ by Standing in Solidarity (S.I.S.) — a group of Camden women working and organizing for women’s issues. They’ve been organizing for months behind the scenes, but tomorrow is their first public event. 🚨 Calling all … Read more of Come Join Us and Support the Camden Women’s Unity Rally, Thursday 4pm