On this day, María de Guadalupe Villalobos-Vélez was born in San Luis de Potosí, Mexico, on July 18, 1908. LIKE FATHER-LIKE DAUGHTER Although Vélez was born into an established, wealthy, … Continue Reading Lupe Velez: the 1st Hollywood Mexican Actress
On this day, Noriyuki “Pat” Morita was born in Isleton, CA. Noriyuki was a Japanese-American actor and comedian. Morita’s father Tamaru, born in 1897, immigrated to California from Kumamoto Prefecture … Continue Reading Pat Morita: Japanese American Actor and Survivor
You’re invited! The First Youth Latinx Leadership Conference will be taking place on April 24th, 2021 and it will all be available to you in the comfort of your own … Continue Reading 1st Youth Latinx Leadership Conference (YLLC)
On this day , Berta Caceres was mysteriously killed by unknown gunmen in 2016. Her story became national news after her death due to the immense response the indigenous community … Continue Reading Berta Caceres: Indigenous Community Activist
In this episode, we will get to know about Gaby and her store, Sabor A Mi, located in California. Gaby tells us about her experiences as an undocumented woman of … Continue Reading PODCAST: S2E2- Learning About Sabor A Mi with Gaby
In this episode, we will learn about Acupuncture, its origins, and how you can support traditional medicine. Get to know Dina and Apex Vibrancy Cente. located in New Mexico. Dina … Continue Reading PODCAST: S2E1- Learning About Apex Vibrancy Center with Dina
In this episode, Ixchel from Kids Can Cosplay tells us more about this amazing non-profit organization that began in Southern California and has now become a national success! Ixchel also … Continue Reading PODCAST: S1E4- Learning About Kids Can Cosplay with Ixchel aka Mayan Goddess
PODCAST: S1E3 – What was your experience like getting Bachelor’s in your respective field as a person of color?
In this episode, Latinachika and Gee discuss the question, “What was your experience like getting Bachelor’s in your respective field as a person of color?” In this episode, we discuss … Continue Reading PODCAST: S1E3 – What was your experience like getting Bachelor’s in your respective field as a person of color?
In this episode, Latinachika and Latinochiko answer the question: “What was your college experience like as a queer Latinx student?” They share some of their personal stories and academic experiences … Continue Reading PODCAST: S1E2- What was your college experience like as a queer Latinx?
In this episode, Latinachika and IbarriaPhoto answer the question: How did you find your passion as a person of color in the U.S.? They share their stories and journey in … Continue Reading PODCAST: S1E1- How did you find your passion?
Concrete Indigenous is a lyrical documentary of environmental portraiture of Chicanos indigenous people. In the project, I explore the life of indigenous people living in Los Angeles and the Bay … Continue Reading IBARRIA PHOTO: Creating Concrete Dreams
In the Times of Rona is a linguistic-based concept that narrates the experience of working-class people during the Covid19 pandemic. The inspiration came from my own isolation and contemplation during … Continue Reading IBARRIA PHOTO: In Times of the Rona
The Broadway Project is a photo documentary that narrates the stories of residents in South Central Los Angeles. The work is motivated by the testimonies and history of 3rd, second … Continue Reading IBARRIA PHOTO: The Broadway Project