East Austin's Black And Chicano History On Instagram.

Using a Latino Filter

East Austin’s Black And Chicano History On Instagram One of the best aspects of social media is its potential reach. More so than ever before, we have the ability to connect with thousands, if not millions, by posting on a variety of platforms designed to […]

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El Weekend Wrap Up Número Uno: ICYMI

El Weekend Wrap Up: Número Uno  08 APR 17 This was my week in cyberspace. Now let me walk you through it… Friends Help Friends… Episode One: Cristela Alonzo look out for one another… Is This Penis Seat Taken? …because in the end — they’ll […]

Kevin de León Becoming A Recognized Figure

Cali Dreamin’ a Gubernatorial Candidate

Kevin de León Becoming A Recognized Figure Now that we find ourselves at a time when a growing number of politicians are becoming complacent with regards to combating Donald Trump’s horrific agenda; California native Kevin de León needs to be a nationally recognized figure.  There […]

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After All These Years, I’d Still Do “Anything for Selenas”

ICYMI: Here’s my most recent homage to “La Reina de la Cumbia” “This March marks both the 20th anniversary of the film’s release and the 22nd anniversary of Selena’s death. The passage of time, though, has never deterred the fans of the young Mexican-American artist—myself […]

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El Weekend Wrap Up Número Uno: ICYMI

El Weekend Wrap Up: Número Uno  01 APR 17 This was my week in cyberspace. Now let me walk you through it… A Deadly Dose of Homicide… Incredibly Hard to Swallow Aural Interpretations… Was It Something I Said? …and another DACA Deportion. Burned By ICE

Episode One: Cristela Alonzo

Though I’ve never been one for poetry, I specifically remember ONE work I encountered while in high school English class with Mr. López: Langston Hughes’s ‘Harlem’ (which up until this moment when I had to Google it, I thought it was called ‘A Dream Deferred’—my […]