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Jimmy Patiño— author of Raza Sí, Migra No

HCC Mexican American & Latino Studies presents historian Jimmy Patiño, author of Raza Sí, Migra No. The lecture underscores the immigrant experience during the Chicano Movement. A…

From  Stalina Villarreal A month ago 201    0  
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Houston Eats - Latino Culture & Cuisine

Dr. Jesse Esparza's Mexican American History class interviews Latino Restaurateurs in Houston. Latino Americans: 500 Years of History Grant.

From  jesse.esparza2@hccs.edu A year ago 246    2  

This side of the Glass

This Side of the Glass: a poetry reading by Jose Antonio Rodriguez author and winner of the national Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award(2009) and the SFA Press Prize (2011)

From  Houston Community College 3 Years ago 212    0  

Dr. Lydia French

In Escuchando al Silencio de los Antepasados, Dr. French presents a literary genealogy of sound and listening in Greater Mexican literature.

From  Lydia French 3 Years ago 279    0  

Chris Hernandez

From the panel, "Houston's Finest: Latina/o First Responders Who Live the Life and Tell the Tales," police officer and former Marine, Chris Hernandez, discusses how his experiences in…

From  Ruben Duran 4 Years ago 158    0  

Hipolito Acosta

From the Hispanic Heritage panel, "Houston's Finest: Latina/o First Responders Who Live the Life and Tell the Tales," Hipolito Acosta reads from his book Shadow Catcher, which…

From  Ruben Duran 4 Years ago 39    0  

Sarah Cortez

From the Hispanic Heritage Month panel "Houston's Finest: Latina/o First Responders Who Live the Life and Tell the Tales," Houston police officer and poet, Sarah Cortez, reads from…

From  Ruben Duran 4 Years ago 22    0  

Sean Arce @ HCC

Sean Arce discussed his experience as co-founder of the Mexican American Studies program of Arizona’s Tuscon Unified School District and the challenges that face MAS program instructors and…

From  Ruben Duran 4 Years ago 1,471    0