Quimichipilli is a fifth generation Chicanah hailing from Venice, CA. He's a former graffiti artist turned Web & Graphic Designer, promoting Ndgns Values and positive community culture. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter.
A Strike and An Uprising (in Texas): Texas Working Women’s History on Film by Meg Hardick Originally published by LatinXSpaces March 19, 2018 “Anne looked at these images and saw a rigid self-conscious hierarchy. Division of labor at its most proscribed by race, class and gender. Each in his place made obvious by clothing, […]
The color of the people of Mexico is one of the things that had a most profound effect on my psyche when I first visited the place of my birth in 1976 at the age of 22. The people came in all colors, though primarily different shades of red-brown, owing to the nation’s Indigenous roots. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 26, 2018 WHAT: The National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) Tejas Foco Committee on Mexican American Studies (MAS) Pre-K-12 announces a major Texas statewide action and Protest the Name Change/Keep Mexican American Studies Press Conference. In April, 2018, the Texas State Board of Education (TXSBOE) voted, for the first […]
"The Aquifer below Texas is porous limestone and big oil and gas are punching holes in it. Then they are injecting radioactive poisons that dissolve and collapse the limestone basin and permeates the water table you depend on. This has to come to a stop before it's to late."