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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
Est. 1969, a library, archive, and academic press, plus public programs and collaborative projects dedicated to research and scholarship on US Chican@-Latin@s.
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UCLA Alumni Sep 21
Join the Institute of Arts and Culture - Fall Forum, taking place Oct. 18. Co-sponsored by and . For info and updates visit: .
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 21
The latest Strachwitz Frontera blog entry examines Venezuelan folk music within the collection of recordings! The Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings is a joint project of the CSRC, ,
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 13
Los Tigres del Norte have long supported the digitization of the Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings - a joint project of the CSRC, , and .
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UCLA Anderson Aug 29
"La Raza engaged photographers not only as journalists but also as artists & activists to capture the definitive moments, key players, & signs & symbols of Chicano activism." The archive of images created by these photogs is housed at . |
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Matt A. Barreto 🇵🇪 ⚽️ Sep 10
This is critical in the & report: If they do not collect and report out data on Latinos, it is impossible to assess how well Latinos are represented. MUST do better!
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UCLA LPPI Sep 10
Nuevo estudio de y encuentra que aumenta fuerza laboral Latina en pero continúa bajo el liderazgo. Investiga mas en
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UCLA LPPI Sep 10
. Director and policy fellow share findings of Invisible No More report to stakeholders on press call. Learn more:
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 10
The CSRC and study, Invisible No More, provides policy recommendations to improve Latino representation within the Smithsonian Institution’s workforce, programming, collections, and exhibitions.
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 10
CSRC and study, Invisible No More, evaluates the Smithsonian Institution’s adoption and implementation of recommendations made by its 1994 Task Force on Latino Issues to address a “consistent pattern of Latino exclusion.”
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 10
The CSRC and study, Invisible No More, analyzes Latino representation within the Smithsonian Institution. It also examines racial and ethnic representation amongst leadership across leading US art institutions.
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 10
The CSRC and released findings this morning of the first analysis of the Smithsonian Institution’s progress in implementing the ten recommendations from its 1994 report, “Willful Neglect.”
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 8
“The Chicano Studies Reader” just won Best Academic Themed Book at the International Latino Book Awards! The reader is edited by CSRC Director Chon A. Noriega, Eric Avila, Karen Mary Davalos, Chela Sandoval, and Rafael Pérez-Torres. It is published by the UCLA CSRC Press.
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 8
“Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell” just received a second place award from the International Latino Book Awards for Best Latina Themed Book! The catalog is edited by Rebecca Epstein, and published by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press.
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 8
“Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell” received an honorable mention from the International Latino Book Awards for Best LGBTQ+ Themed Book! The catalog is edited by Rebecca Epstein, and published by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press.
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 7
A few photos from the National Hispanic Media Coalition’s ceremony. CSRC Director Chon Noriega was recognized for Outstanding Service and Commitment to the Latino Community.
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NHMC Sep 6
Thank you , recipient of the Outstanding Service and Commitment to the Latino Community award, for all the work you do.
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 6
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Sep 6
"Sin Vergüenza," journalists Claudia Botero, Juan Fernandez, and Vera Jimenez, and CSRC director to be honored at the Los Angeles Impact Awards Luncheon today.
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UCLA LPPI Aug 29
The researchers (representing undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral education ) meet with Director of to discuss findings of progress on increasing representation of Latinos across the institution.
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UCLA Bunche Center Aug 22
Thank you to our wonderful friends for organizing a community building event where we received an amazing tour of & exhibits that highlighted the intersection of Native and Chicano social justice action.
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