As with so many other passions and hobbies, you cannot explain where they are coming from as long as you… Read more GuestBlog: My personal journey to ChicanX Studies by Sarah Jenischewski
For many people in Latinx communities in the US, bi- or multilingualism is a part of everyday life. Simply put,… Read more Spanglish as Resistance: Undoing Transatlantic Colonialism
In the 2016 General Election, fully 18 per cent of Latinos voted for Donald J. Trump, a candidate who suggested… Read more A Look Back at Education and Activism in AZ by Michael O’Donnell
As part of the SALSA Collective’s panel at next month’s IBAAS conference, I will be discussing prolific Chicana author Ana… Read more The Subversive Form and Content of Ana Castillo’s The Mixquiahuala Letters
This week I was delighted to travel back to Cork to take part in the Mexican and Mexican American Studies… Read more #MexSymp @UCC
This month has been busy for the SALSA Collective as Co-Jefas Becky & Eilidh have been conferencing, sharing their work… Read more The SALSA Collective Hits Philly!
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… 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… Read more ¡Chicano Primero! Student activism and the Chicano/a Movement