Murals in Austin: “Knowledge is Living” at Bedichek Middle School, Serpent by Jane Madrigal at Resistencia Bookstore (on South First), “En Lucha,” by SOY collective (lead artist: Nansi Guevara), SOY mural at Resistencia Bookstore (on South First), and “Una Noche de Resistencia” by collective eARTh in Dawson Neighborhood.
Poet, professor, human rights activist, and well-known Austinite Raúl Salinas is the author of two new books: raúlsalinas and the Jail Machine: Selected Writings by Raúl Salinas, edited by Louis G. Mendoza (University of Texas Press); and Indio Trails: A Xicano Odyssey Through Indian Country (Wings Press). As poet Joy Harjo has written, raúlsalinas “is […]
via Raúl R. Salinas reads from his works at the 1973 Festival de Flor y Canto, University of Southern California (USC)
Chicano Literature: Origins and Genres Linda Fregoso examines the history of Chicano literature in the United States with literary historians, artists and writers. The first of a two-part series, this show focuses on the debate about the origins of Chicano literature, the themes in 19th century Mexican American writers, the cronicas diabolicas and cronicas festivas […]
El Aviso, Volume 7 No. 1 A Publication of the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures. Learn more at www.nalac.org