Category Archives: Women’s Studies

Chicano Moratorium Event at Benjamin Franklin Library in Boyle Heights 6pm on August 29, 2013

El 29 de agosto de 1970 la protesta Chicano moratoria contra la guerra de Vietnam tuvo lugar en el este de Los Angeles. Sobre 20,000 Chicana/os protestaron contra la guerra de Estados Unidos en Vietnam y la alta tasa de … Continue reading

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Alice Bag at Cypress Park Library on October 2, 2013

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Call For Papers: Heteropatriarchal Institutional Violence and the Future of Chican@ Studies

Call For Papers: Heteropatriarchal Institutional Violence and the Future of Chican@ Studies The MALCS Subcommittee on Institutional Violence has been organizing to address the many ways institutional violence against Chicanas and queer and trans Chican@s persists in colleges and universities … Continue reading

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Noche de Conciencia y Resistencia on April 25th at CSULA

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In Celebration of 1 Billion Rising Against Sexual Violence

To quote Fredrick Douglas: “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which … Continue reading

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Salt of the Earth – Complete Movie

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Print & Distribute 4th Edition of Borderlands/La Frontera

About this project We are Aunt Lute Books, a nonprofit press, focused on bringing the voices of women, particularly queer women and women of color, to publication. This is our 30th year; it is also the 25th anniversary of our … Continue reading

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Film Giveaway #3: Salt of the Earth

Aztlán Reads is giving away a DVD copy of “Salt of the Earth” a film by Herbert J Biberman. Salt of the Earth is a story about Mexican American miners during the 1950s in the zinc mines of New Mexico … Continue reading

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¡Chicana Power! Book Signing & Reception (Sept. 22)

The Historical Society of Long Beach and the Southwest Oral History Association invite you to a presentation, book signing and reception for ¡Chicana Power!: Contested Histories of Feminism in the Chicano Movement with author Maylei Blackwell and Hijas de Cuauhtémoc … Continue reading

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Rethinking La Familia in Richard T. Rodríguez’s Next of Kin

The 38th Annual of the National Association for Chicana & Chicano Studies (NACCS) was held on March 30-April 2, 2011 in Pasadena, CA. This year’s theme: Sites of Education for Social Justice focused on the issues that impact Chicana/o education … Continue reading

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