Carlos M. Haro, CSRC assistant director emeritus and organizer of the annual CSRC Latina/o Education Summit, was profiled in Montebello Life Magazine for his role in the Montebello-Ashiya Sister Cities Association. Haro currently serves as president of the association, which was established in 1961 to facilitate monthlong residential exchanges between high school students in Montebello Hills and Ashiya, Japan.
On July 30, 2013, the leaders of the Latinos & Economic Security Project presented recent research findings. The webinar includes a videorecording of the presenters as well as a PowerPoint.
A new poetry anthology from Arte Público Press includes the poem "Tarde sobria" by Alurista. The poem was originally published in the famed Chicano poet's groundbreaking book Floricanto en Aztlán, published by the CSRC Press in 1971 with a new edition in 2012.
Latinos and Economic Security (LES), a research unit at the UCLA Center for Policy Research on Aging, released an infographic today showing current findings in the U.S. naturalization rate of Latinos and Asians from the baby boomer generation. The CSRC has been a partner in LES for eight years.
The CSRC is pleased to be a lender to the exhibition "Asco: No Movies" opening this fall at the Nottingham Contemporary in Nottingham, England.