Category Archives: Gender

Observando al Observador at Brava Theatre in San Francisco (June 21st)

    Observando al Observador Brava presents the US premiere of Observando al Observador, a documentary film by Malena Juanatey Observando al Observador (Observing the Observer) tells the story of two US citizens, Olga Talamante and Patricia Erb, who were … Continue reading



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Raíces (A Chicanx Brown Bag Series) at the University of Arizona (3/8/17)





Posted in Arizona, Aztlan, Chicana Feminism, Chicana/o, Chicana/o Activism, Chicana/o Art, Chicana/o Community, Chicana/o History, Chicana/o Identity, Chicana/o Ideology, Chicana/o Power, Chicana/o Studies, Chicana/o Youth, Chicano Movement, Community, Cultura, Education, Gender, History, Indigenous, Knowledge, Labor, Land, Language, Law, Memory, Mexican, Migrant, Movimiento, MuXer, Nepantla, Palabra, Politics, Race, Resistance, Rhetoric, Self-Determination, Sin Fronteras, Social justice, Solidarity, Spirituality, Student Empowerment, Tucson, Unity, University of Arizona, Xicana, Xicano | Leave a comment

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





Posted in Aztlan, Barrio, Chicana Feminism, Chicana/o, Chicana/o Activism, Chicana/o Community, Chicana/o Healing, Chicana/o History, Chicana/o Identity, Chicana/o Ideology, Chicana/o LGBTQ, Chicana/o Power, Chicana/o Studies, Chicana/o Youth, Community, Cultura, Decolonization, Education, Gender, History, Indigenous, Knowledge, Language, Liberation, Memory, Movimiento, MuXer, Nepantla, Palabra, Resistance, San Antonio, Self-Determination, Sexuality, Texas, Unity, Xicana, Xicano | Leave a comment

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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Tonantzin by @lapancheese

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Posted in Chicana Feminism, Chicana/o, Chicana/o Activism, Chicana/o Art, Chicana/o Community, Chicana/o Identity, Chicana/o Media, Chicana/o Mural, Chicana/o Posters, Chicana/o Studies, Community, Cultura, Decolonization, Gender, History, Indigenous, Knowledge, Mexican, Mujeres de Maiz, MuXer, Native American, Resistance, Self-Determination, Sin Fronteras, Social justice, Social Media, Student Empowerment, Unity, Xicana, Xicano | 1 Comment

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





Posted in Aztlan, California, Chicana Feminism, Chicana/o, Chicana/o Activism, Chicana/o Art, Chicana/o Books, Chicana/o Community, Chicana/o Identity, Chicana/o Ideology, Chicana/o LGBTQ, Chicana/o Literature, Chicana/o Power, Chicana/o Studies, Chicana/o Youth, Community, Cultura, Decolonization, Education, Gender, History, Indigenous, Knowledge, Language, Los Angeles, Memory, Mexican, Movimiento, MuXer, Palabra, Platica, Resistance, Solidarity, Student Empowerment, UCLA, Unity, Xicana, Xicano | Leave a comment

Veteranas & Rucas: Curator Misses an Opportunity to Explain Chicana/o Identity to the Mainstream Press

Guadalupe Rosales’s popular Instagram account, Veteranas and Rucas, has been receiving press coverage for the past few months. The account provides a glimpse into the Los Angeles area party crew, chola scene from the ‘80s and ‘90s, but occasionally, she … Continue reading



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The Silence of the Lambs is Slowly Killing Us

It is often uncomfortable being a malcontent; however, the “Silence of the Lambs” is slowly killing us. About a year or so ago I wrote about the case of Ann Marie Catano in a blog titled “Say It Ain’t so … 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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Cutting Women’s Health by Eric J. García (El Machete Illustrated)





Posted in AmeriKKKa, Aztlan, Cartoonista, Chicana Feminism, Chicana/o, Chicana/o Activism, Chicana/o Art, Chicana/o Healing, Chicana/o Health, Chicana/o History, Chicana/o Identity, Chicana/o Ideology, Chicana/o Medicine, Chicana/o Politics, Chicana/o Power, Chicana/o Studies, Chicana/o Underground, Chicana/o Youth, Community, Cultura, Decolonization, Education, Gender, Globalization, History, Indigenous, Knowledge, Mexican, Movimiento, MuXer, Palabra, Politcal Cartoon, Race, Resistance, Sexism, Sexuality, Sin Fronteras, Social justice, Spirituality, Student Empowerment, Transnational, Unity, Xicana, Xicano | Leave a comment