In about two weeks time SALSA Collective Co-Jefas Becky and Eilidh will be making a trip across the pond to present their papers on Latinidad at Temple University’s Annual James A. Barnes History Postgraduate Conference in Philadelphia. Eilidh’s paper is entitled: “Tantamount to Treason”: Chicana protest murals ‘¡Chicano Primero!’, the slogan of the Chicano Movement […]Read More The SALSA Collective is Hitting Philadelphia for Temple University’s Annual James A Barnes Postgraduate Conference
Ayer The SALSA Collective got a shout out on KPFT’s Nuestra Palabra show. Check it out at http://archive.kpft.org/ Spread the word! Somos unidos. “We are more than consumers, we are intellectuals.” Find out more at Save Ethnic Studies, Librotraficante, MAS Texas La Eilidh studies #BannedBooks!Read More SALSA Collective ¡¡shout out!!
Students have long played a prominent role in social and political activism. On the afternoon of February 1, 1960, four students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, a black college in Greensboro, North Carolina, entered the local Woolworth’s department store where they were refused service at the lunch counter, an area reserved for […]Read More ¡Chicano Primero! Student activism and the Chicano/a Movement