Election day is about four months away. North Carolina is, again, expected to be a swing state in the presidential election. WUNC's Naomi Prioleau has been following a first-time Afro-Latino voter in Greensboro as he considers what issues are important to him.
Some people choose their life's path. For others, it’s seemingly chosen for them. For 19-year-old Afro-Latino Brayan Guevara, his career goals can clearly be traced to his family.
Guevara comes from a long line of educators; his mother is a college instructor and his grandparents were teachers in Honduras.
Many people associate pop art with American artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, but there were many contributions to the movement from outside the borders of the United States, notably from Latin American artists. A new exhibit at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University called “Pop América, 1965-1975” shares the work of artists from the Americas, from Tierra del Fuego up to Anchorage.