SOURCE: NBC News
Activist and associate history professor Yolanda Leyva breaks down the complex legacy of Spanish conquistador Juan de Oñate.
SOURCE: New York Times
Tensions between persons with Hispanic and Native American ancestry in New Mexico have been crystallized in protests over a statue of a brutal Spanish conquistador.
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Women and all of their visible and invisible labor are at the center of the COVID crisis, and they are finding their way into news coverage of the pandemic. The stories of women living and suffering and dying throughout history, however, have largely fallen by the wayside.
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