Interview with author, Dr. Laura Pérez

Revista N’oj: Issue No. 2 (December 2020) Interview with author, Dr. Laura Pérez Eros Ideologies : Writings on Art, Sprituality, & the Decolonial With Abraham Ramirez Interview with author, Dr. Laura Pérez, Professor of Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley on her most recent book, Eros Ideologies: Writings on Art, Sprituality, […]

Opening the Bundles: Artists Creating New Realities Through Spiritual Offerings

Revista N’oj: Issue No.2 (December 2020) Opening the Bundles: Artists Creating New Realities Through Spiritual Offerings By Jesus Barraza Walking through the Anthropology Museum in Mexico City, I visited with the stone ancestors of Anahuac, sculptures I’d only seen in books and on the internet. It was my second trip […]

Smashing White Supremacy –and its Borders– One Word at a Time: A Manifesto on Why I Write Children’s Literature

Revista N’oj: Issue No. 2 (December 2020) Smashing White Supremacy – and its Borders – One Word at a Time: A Manifesto on Why I Write Children’s Literature By Dr. Siu Author of the series, Rebeldita la Alegre with illustrations by muralist Alicia María Siu Children’s literature produced in the […]

The price of being ‘essential’: Latino service workers bear brunt of coronavirus

The price of being ‘essential’: Latino service workers bear brunt of coronavirus       For Lupe Martinez, who does the laundry at a Riverside nursing home, each day presented an agonizing choice: Go to work and risk getting the novel coronavirus or lose the $13.58-an-hour paycheck her family relies […]

U.S. Latinos among hardest hit by pay cuts, job losses due to coronavirus

  April 3, 2020 U.S. Latinos among hardest hit by pay cuts, job losses due to coronavirus By Jens Manuel Krogstad, Ana Gonzalez-Barrera and Luis Noe-Bustamante Hispanics are more likely than Americans overall to say they or someone in their household has experienced a pay cut or lost their job […]

For Latinos and Covid-19. Doctors Are Seeing on “Alarming” Disparity

  By Miriam Jordan and Richard A. Oppel Jr. Published May 7, 2020Updated May 9, 2020   Dr. Eva Galvez works as a family physician for a network of clinics in northwestern Oregon, where low-income patients have been streaming in for nasal swabs over the past several weeks to test […]

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