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A screening and discussion hosted by University of Texas at Austin Latino Media Arts & Studies Program, and co-sponsored by the UT Austin Department of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies, the Department of Radio-Television-Film, the Latinx Pop Lab, and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
Santos is an associate professor in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs Department of Social Welfare. 
 José Montoya by Ella Maria Diaz, volume 12 in the A Ver: Revisioning Art History series from CSRC Press, has been nominated for two 2021 International Latino Book Awards. The publication is a finalist for Best Biography and Best Arts Book.
The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center has received $1.45 million in a bequest gift to support research and scholarship related to the art and life of Raphael Montañez Ortiz, a Puerto Rican American pioneer of the 1960s destructivist art movement, founder of the first Latino museum in the United States and recipient of the UCLA Medal in 2017. Photo by Remi Villaggi
On June 8, David K. Yoo, vice provost of the Institute of American Cultures, formally announced the appointment of Dr. Veronica Terriquez to director of the CSRC. Terriquez begins her five-year term July 1. Photo by Ernesto Chávez
Since its founding in 1969, the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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on the U.S. Chicano-Latino population. Our research mission is supported by
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