Category Archives: Barrio

Nepantlerx Cosmologies: Revisiting Gloria Anzaldúa for 21st Century Activisms at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio





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Historical Encounters Part 3

A.   they may see us as self centered nationalists causing trouble I gained this accusation well given due to their knowledge of creating our reality our barrio and reservations, our Pueblos where Po’ pe liberated our communities now we must regain control … Continue reading



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Gentrification Is the True, Highest Form of Hate Crime!

Defend Boyle Heights Statement on “Hate Crime” Allegations and Community Policing Defend Boyle Heights formed less than a year as a direct result of the continued threat of  gentrification and displacement in our community coupled with the lack of leadership … Continue reading



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Brown Berets Leader Quits, Dissolves Units (L.A. Times, November 2, 1972)

 



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Panel Discussion: Chicano Media and La Cucaracha in Pueblo, Colorado (4/28/16)

    The Chicano Movement used innovations in technology to create media that represented the issues, the faces, and the perspectives of Chicanos. Colorado had a number of Chicano newspapers, including La Cucaracha in Pueblo. La Cucaracha and other newspapers … Continue reading



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No Más Bebé’s Screening w/ Q&A at Tía Chuchas (9/30/15)

                                  “No Más Bebés” is the story of Mexican immigrant mothers who sued county doctors, the state, and the U.S. government after they were … Continue reading



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On The Bacon Trail: Exposing Historical Myopia (Part One of Two)

Historical myopia causes nearsightedness, distorting one’s view of current and past events. It interferes in distinguishing details. Consequently, we don’t pay much attention to how and why the present has come about. In general American culture discourages complex thinking. Almost … Continue reading



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Fall of the EPA by Eric J. García (El Machete Illustrated)





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Stand Your Ground

Stand Your Ground   Dictionary Definition: vigilante – a member of a vigilance committee vigilance committee – a group organized outside                                    of legal authority to keep order and punish criminals because the usual law enforcement agencies do not exist … Continue reading



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Hecho en Estados Unidos by Eric J. García (El Machete Illustrated)





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