by Frank P. Barajas
The new name of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, whatever it will be, should have a recognizable footnote so people can learn not only about the totality of Oxnard’s history but also its relationship with larger national currents.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Petra Rivera-Rideau
Their performance perpetuated the marginalization of Afro-Latinos and other people of African descent.
SOURCE: NY Times
A new wave of digital archivists is capturing the forgotten stories of Latinxs across the diaspora through vintage photos, newspaper clippings and other ephemera, including concert posters and magazines.
SOURCE: The North Star
A bipartisan group of lawmakers reintroduced a bill to establish the National Museum of the American Latino in Washington, DC.
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