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In this interview with Carolina Miranda, Chicana photographer Laura Aguilar (1959–2018) discusses self-portraiture in addition to a wide range of other topics, including growing up in San Gabriel, California; Latina/o and LGBT communities in L.A.; and her photographic series and individual works.
Through December 18, 2020, a large selection of CSRC Press books are available at 50 percent off, tax and shipping included! In addition, all Chicano Cinema and Media Arts series DVDs have been discounted to $15, tax and shipping included.
This collection of essays, drawn from Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, focuses on the personal experiences of Chicanx and Latinx scholars, writers, and artists.
On September 12, Empowering Latino Futures announced the winning titles in the 2020 International Latino Book Awards competition. Three books from CSRC Press received recognition.  
As demonstrations in support of Black Lives Matter exploded across the country this past May, the editorial team at the CSRC concluded it is time to make a change.

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