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A Strike and An Uprising (in Texas): Texas Working Women’s History on Film by Meg Hardick Originally published by LatinXSpaces March 19, 2018 “Anne looked at these images and…
The color of the people of Mexico is one of the things that had a most profound effect on my psyche when I first visited the place of my birth…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 26, 2018 WHAT: The National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) Tejas Foco Committee on Mexican American Studies (MAS) Pre-K-12 announces a major Texas statewide…
"The Aquifer below Texas is porous limestone and big oil and gas are punching holes in it. Then they are injecting radioactive poisons that dissolve and collapse the limestone basin…
I grew up on the Border of Texas and Mexico and was surrounded by brown Xicanitas just like me.
A 3-part video series offering an intimate look at the Texas Rio Grande Valley. By Bryan Parras | Bekah Hinojosa | Melinda Melo
"The descendants of the original nations of Indigenous Peoples of Abya Yala (or Turtle Island) could never be “immigrants on our own continent."
An upcoming film about native experiences in public education and one family's decision to opt out of public school.
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