“Sometimes Latino urban history is thought of as the history of a cultural community and that’s a little dismissive. I examine people contesting and reshaping the use of space.”
Tag: Latinx Politics
Many Latinxs—the nation’s largest ethnic group & most avid movie consumers—think the nation’s most beloved musical on racial tolerance is racist.
On both sides of the border, artivistas—art activists—infuse their creative and political work with minority struggle and solidarity.
“Solidarity is not a thing. There’s no formula, no exact science. There is ongoing process.”