FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

REVISTA N’OJ, ISSUE 2, FALL 2020

Decolonizing Art & Praxis in the Time of Covid-19

FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY RIGHT ON! AN INTERVIEW WITH RUPERT GARCIA By Mauricio Barros de Castro I met Rupert Garcia at a restaurant in Oakland, the city where he lives. I had no doubt that I was going to interview a legend of Chicano Art. During the 1960s and 1970s, […]
FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Black Brown UnitySpoken Word Poem by Pablo Paredes & Ericson Amaya Revista N’OJ © All right reserved.
FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Smashing White Supremacy – and its Borders – One Word at a Time: A Manifesto on Why I Write Children’s LiteratureBy Dr. Siu Author of the series, Rebeldita la Alegrewith illustrations by muralist Alicia María Siu Children’s literature produced in the Americas is mainly racist, gendered, […]
FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 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 to the […]
FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Interview with author, Dr. Laura Pérez Eros Ideologies : Writings on Art, Sprituality, & the DecolonialWith 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, & the Decolonial. Interviewed […]
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