A story on the UCLA Connections panel “Science, Facts, and the Public Debate” that took place on January 14. CSRC director Chon A. Noriega moderated the discussion.
The forthcoming exhibition Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures was named in a story about recent grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Juan Gómez-Quiñones laid to rest, Chicano Moratorium routes added to National Register of Historic Places, an updated finding aid for the Humberto Cané Papers, Knowledge for Justice reprinted, fellowship and research grant opportunities, plus other news and information in this month's newsletter.
CSRC co-founder and former director Juan Gómez-Quiñones was included in a story about Latinos who passed away in 2020.
A roundup of news stories includes a mention of Arlene Dávila’s op-ed in the New York Times. citing her references to the CSRC’s Latinx art advocacy.
In an op-ed for The New York Times, Arlene Dávila celebrated the U.S. House of Representative’s authorization on December 21 of the creation of a national Latino museum on the Washington Mall. In her piece, Dávila pointed to the CSRC’s study of the historic lack of Latino representation at the Smithsonian and mentioned that the CSRC hosted the first solo show by artist Ramiro Gomez.