Look At Flatbush paid a visit to the Academy of Hospitality and Tourism (AOHT) at Erasmus Hall’s campus to witness first-hand the seniors and graduating students who recently completed this unique culinary arts program…
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For our second installment of the In Conversation series with the fellows of the Weeksville Arts Residency, I met with Sokunthary Svay, writer, poet, musician, City College grad student, and newly-minted 2017 Willow Books Emerging Writer. Born in a refugee camp in Thailand after her parents escaped the forced labor in the rice fields under the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, Sokunthary’s family left in the 1980s and Sokunthary was raised in a New York City housing project in the South Bronx.
“I see Afro Punk as a way to celebrate the Afro alternative culture without apologizing, without conforming and at the same time being extremely inclusive. I see people from different cultures and colors celebrating us”
Photographs By Diane Allford