Memory and Film: A Conversation with DIY Filmmaker Caitlin Diaz
Caitlin Diaz talks to Mia Rodriguez about DIY culture, activism in Rio Grande Valley TX and existing as a woman of color in media.
I sat across from El Viejo, who wasn’t looking at me or anywhere, really, and he grabbed my hands in a ritual handshake. He asked me what he could do for me in a raspy voice. Bajó el Viejo, indeed....
Remedios Caseros: Compartiendo Conocimientos
Somos mujeres migrantes compartiendo pedacitos de sabiduría que nos dieron las mujeres que nos criaron, nos enseñaron, y muchas veces nos curaron.
#LaLigaMix: PRIMAVERA FOREVA
Las plantas florecen y los culitos se mueven. For our latest #LaLigaMix, we want spring to last forever. 🌻
poetry files: episode 4 - Stefa Marín Alarcón
In this episode of poetry files, Stefa Marín Alarcón reads a poem inspired by the story of her Mother and Sister crossing the border.
Why Artists and Collectives Of Color Need To Start Demanding Magazines To Pay Us For Giving Interviews
An intergenerational system of co-opting resistance for white profit continues; communities that face daily violence have adapted by creating smaller outlets that represent them, while mainstream outlets have learned to use collectives’ content, contributors, and image in order to keep their position as important cultural documenters.
Young, Latin and Proud ✊🏾
On November 2, the BK-based artist lead his two mammal tinsel friends onto New York City’s Bowery Ballroom stage.
Exploring Sisterhood and Nature with NOSESSO by Pinky Ortiz
Cine Sin Fronteras: An interview with the curators of Milwaukee Film Festival's First Latin American film series
Jeanette Martín and Claudia Guzmán are the two halves behind Cine Sin Fronteras, a new program under Milwaukee’s annual Film Festival, that aims to speak to the complexities that exist, and have always existed, within the Latinx community.
My Mother's Hands
Tan bonitas eran mis manos,” my Mom says when she looks at her hands. Once slender fingers ending in long hard nails with the power to instill the fear of God into me...
Sunday, August 6 • 11am to 5pm • Free Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA