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This second edition of Self Help Graphics & Art brings the original edition, published in 2005, up to date, adding breadth and depth to the history of the historic East L.A. arts center.
Pepón Osorio is an internationally recognized artist whose richly detailed work challenges the stereotypes and misconceptions that shape our view of social institutions and human relationships.
This report highlights some of the cutting-edge legal efforts and social science research aimed at mending the Chicano/Latino education pipeline.
The Spring 2014 issue of Aztlán. Order your copy today!
VIVA, a non-profit artists’ coalition founded in 1987, promoted the creative and artistic talent of gay and lesbian Latinos and Latinas in Los Angeles.

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