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Aztlán fall issue cover artist Linda Vallejo on her Make 'Em All Mexican series, the ninth annual Latina/o Education Summit and related publications, a new book on Cuban American artist Luis Cruz Azaceta, October events, archive project update, and more! (Image: Linda Vallejo, Mi Niña, 2012. Photograph courtesy of the artist.)
Your heart beats at the speed of the spoken word pulsing with the rhythm of California Interstates 5, 15, 405 and Route 78. You’re on the road with Taco Shop Poets.
Mujeres Talk featured the essay "Collective Imaginaries" by CSRC Librarian Lizette Guerra. Guerra discusses her mentor and predecessor, Yolanda Retter-Vargas, a feminist, lesbian Chicana with an eye toward community. "'If we don’t collect these things,' Yolanda always said, 'no one else will.'"
The ninth annual Latina/o Education Summit will bring together legal scholars, social scientists, advocates, and administrators in order to assess the impact and implications of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and the 2011 DREAM Act on Latina/o students.
The Fall 2014 issue of Aztlán: essays on the institutionalization of race and gender, a dossier honoring Sal Castro Order, and an artist’s communiqué featuring the work of Linda Vallejo. Order your copy today!

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New Release

Cuban American artist Luis Cruz Azaceta addresses what author Alejandro Anreus calls the “wounds and screams” of the human condition. Although Cruz Azaceta’s work is widely shown and widely collected, this is the first book-length monograph on the artist’s life and work.

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