Yacatsol: A border-crossing, multilingual, decolonial, “cura” music and art project

Join Xica Nation / Xica Media network creator Iris Rodriguez to talk about Yacatsol, a border-crossing, multilingual, decolonial, “cura” music and art project. Produced by Radio VoxFem Xicanindia, a project which features music, visual art, film and changemaking by Xicana/Indigenous women. Episode 2, hosted by Producer Laura Varela, explores the musical stylings of Iris Rodriguez and Yacatsol. Keywords from the conversation: People, land, Texas, indigenous, resistance, music, dance, song, media, West Texas, Tonala, cumbia, Spanish, the Queen, Mexican Americans, protest, Mexican, birthplace, Edwards Plateau

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50 Years Later: A State of War or a Permanent State of Insurrection?
National Chicano Moratorium gathered more than 30,000 activists, students, families and their children to the march down Whittier Blvd. in East Los Angeles, August 29, 1970. | Image courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library

50 Years Later: A State of War or a Permanent State of Insurrection?

50 Years Later: A State of War or a Permanent State of Insurrection? By ROBERTO Dr. CINTLI RODRIGUEZ (Vea la versión en español a continuación.) In Chicano Manifesto (1971), Armando…

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