In 1970, the Mexican American communities of Tucson, Arizona, came together to fight for a public park for the children of two of the poorest barrios in the city. What began as a struggle for a local … [Read more...]
Ol’ Yogi had it right…
It’s déjà vu all over again. Forty-three (43) years apart, Tucson’s west side fought the same battle with the same folks—a Democratic Mayor and Council—over basically the … [Read more...]
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
Hola Latinopians! Hope you’re having a great Father’s Day. We celebrate El Dia De Los Padres with two videos this week. Author Sarah Rafael García remembers her dad in a … [Read more...]