How do you move to a vegan diet when meat is such a big part of your culture? We talked to Cabo Verdean fitness professional, Armando Lopes of Pawtucket, Rhode Island to see how & why he chose this diet.
New Jersey-native Angeline Pierre is a chef, entrepreneur, and model. Ever since this Haitian Queen moved to Rhode Island in 2013, she has been nonstop, even as she courageously continues her battle with Sickle Cell Anemia.
Providence-native Victoria Rodriguez is the true definition of a community advocate. This Guatemalan & Azorian superwoman is doing incredible work for Rhode Island.
May is Haitian Heritage Month! This is a national celebration of Haitian culture & history that was first celebrated in Boston, Massachusetts in 1998. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of Haitian establishments in Rhode Island. Enjoy, and let’s celebrate!!
Providence-native, Ryan Rocha lives a vibrant life in Tokyo, Japan. He is beautifully documenting his adventures through his YouTube channel MindYourWorld. He is also spreading the word in Japan about Rhode Island & about Cabo Verde!
March 27th is International Day of Cape Verdean Women! So it’s only right that today’s spotlight is of this Pawtucket-native & Cabo Verdean Queen, Karina Evora, who is representing Kriolas & Rhode Island so well!
Artistic expression can manifest itself in many forms. Here in Rhode Island – particularly in the Greater Providence Area – we are so fortunate to have countless young people boldly expressing themselves in such a beautiful way. Monephia Nembhard is one of those people.
These strategies will certainly help out everyone, but this article is especially for our introverts!
Cabo Verdean Michael Silva is a young entrepreneur working hard to create a new experience for minority millennials in Rhode Island.
Pawtucket-native Stephanie Nunes returns to RI as YIA’s Program Administrative Director to give back to her community after leaving 7 years ago to pursue her career in the field of social work.