The exhibition catalogue Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures earned two medals in the 2023 International Latino Book Awards competition.
This brief focuses on the turnout of Latinx young adult voters, specifically those aged eighteen to thirty-four, in California’s 2022 midterm election.
Knowledge for Justice: An Ethnic Studies Reader, a joint publication of UCLA’s four ethnic studies research centers, presents essays that focus on the intersectional intellectual, social, and political struggles  confronting the groups represented. Now available as an e-book for Kindle, NOOK, and Kobo.
The Fall 2023 issue of Aztlán explores the representation of queer Chicanx bodies, the value of student testimonios, and the racial rhetoric of José Vasconcelos. The art of Ramses Noriega is featured.  Print and online subscriptions available!
The Chicano Studies Reader, the best-selling anthology of articles from Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies. Now available as an e-book for KIndle, NOOK, and Kobo!


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