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What’s in a Name? Afroespañolx: Identification, Subject Formation and Belonging (English and Spanish versions)

Written by Linda Eniola Adeyemo I use this term ‘Afroespañolx’ whilst recognising its limitations, that is, of who is/might be excluded. There are other terms, such as ‘Afrodescendant’, that speak to the greater community of black people in Spain, including Afro-Latinx, people without Spanish official documentation, those in irregular documentation

An Iberian Dichotomy

By Jacob Taylor-Mosquera   As a Colombian raised in Seattle travelling the Iberian coast from Barcelona to Lisbon for the first time, Jacob Taylor-Mosquera recounts his differing experiences between Spain and Portugal, explaining why one country feels like a more viable destination for a man of colour than the other.

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