LatinoLit

The Battle for Mexican-American Studies in Tucson: What Happened This Week

It’s a case that few are following, but we have been for years.

  • Jun 30, 2017
  • 3:46 pm

Celebrating Immigrants and Refugees Through Spoken Word (VIDEO)

What would it take for you to give up your home?

  • Jun 26, 2017
  • 8:22 am

Ode to the Class of 2017: A Poem

“Thank you, class of 2017, for not confining your learning to papers and classroom walls.”

  • May 24, 2017
  • 4:31 pm

I Pledge: A Poem

I pledge allegiance to the tears and to the sweat and to the blood…

  • May 15, 2017
  • 10:33 am

Resisting Empire: A Poem

“We are the people of the sun.”

  • Mar 7, 2017
  • 9:24 am

La Pistola

My father, Salomón Chávez Huerta, never left home without his gun.

  • Dec 5, 2016
  • 9:29 am

Anthology of #LatinoLit Science Fiction/Fantasy to Take Off!

A new anthology featuring 21st-century Latino and Latina writers and artists helps imagine a our past, present and future.

  • Nov 18, 2016
  • 1:28 pm

Radiance: Gay Poet Emanuel Xavier on Living Life Raw and Pushing Back

Radiance is dedicated to survivors everywhere, bringing urgent attention to the perils of the marginalized in the wake of the Pulse Orlando Massacre and the challenges of the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • Jul 25, 2016
  • 8:56 am

‘Qué Lejos Estoy’ (How Far I Am): A Photographic Exploration of Mexican-American Identity (VIDEO)

What happens to the Mexican traditions, identity and the ideologies of one family after three generations of assimilation into American culture? By bringing old photographs to life, the filmmaker attempts to find why things have changed, how traditions were lost and asks what makes him who he is today. As part of the PBS Online Film Festival, filmmaker […]

  • Jul 23, 2016
  • 10:44 am

Exposure Won’t Hit the Direct Deposit

We must stop these self-entitled business strategists from keeping 100 percent of profits earned off our skills, education, experience, efforts, time and kind hearts.

  • Jul 21, 2016
  • 11:56 am

Editorial Trance Opens Up a New Portal #Latinolit

Guess who’s back with a spookier, sexier vibe?

  • Jul 16, 2016
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Rostros del arte kichwa: Ariruma Kowii y su poesía para construir el futuro

“Para mí, el referente principal es la realidad de mi pueblo, de mi entorno.”

  • Jun 29, 2016
  • 7:00 am

Loisaida Festival Announces 2016 Lineup, Headlined by Iris Chacón

The Loisaida Festival’s expanded offerings this year preview a new stage in Loisaida, Inc.’s plans to combine STEAM programming with social services that meet the needs of the local community.

  • May 25, 2016
  • 12:00 pm

Narco-State of Mind

This is gritty journalism.

  • Apr 28, 2016
  • 12:04 pm

San Patricio, Puerto Rico: My St. Patrick’s Day

Being “Irishrican” is more common than you think.

  • Mar 17, 2016
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Lupe Anguiano: A Life Devoted To Social Justice #WomensHistoryMonth

Profiling a Chicana educator who’s worked tirelessly for the equality of all people.

  • Mar 9, 2016
  • 2:00 pm

Caridad De La Luz: 20 Years of ‘La Bruja’ #WomenHistoryMonth

La Bruja is considered one of the leading spoken word poets in the world.

  • Mar 7, 2016
  • 7:18 pm

Emma Tenayuca: Fair Labor For All #WomenHistoryMonth

San Antonio native Emma Tenayuca was a pioneering activist involved with issues that resemble those of modern times.

  • Mar 7, 2016
  • 5:18 pm

The Talk of the Brown

How a lack of Latino writers at the New Yorker and other media outlets shapes coverage of Latinos.

  • Mar 7, 2016
  • 10:43 am