Monthly Archives: February 2016

Tejanas on the Loose Reading & Book Signing at UCLA (3/31/16)

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From Rockwool to Salt Creek: Environmental Justice & the Pueblo Chicano Movement (2/25/16)

          The Pueblo Chicano Movement — through the work of activists from La Gente and Salt Creek — worked to protect the environment and barrios harmed by industrial waste. This panel discussion will explore the work … Continue reading

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Why do People Lie?: The Cobra and the Rattle Snake

Everyone according to their upbringing have a certain level of intolerance. My family, for example, did not tolerate lying. It was better to own up to mistakes than to be caught in a lie. Lies were equivalent to sins of … Continue reading

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Ometeotl-Duallecticism

Ometeotl-Duallecticism   to reveal the truth cold as fact hot as passion                      2 (H) OFUT       2 the formula hydrogen  (H)     lightest known substance Water the life-giver   fusion the union   teenage angst timeless heart … Continue reading

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