By: Sandra Galindo • “¿Qué se siente ser legal?” (What does it feels like to be legal?) Susy asked Noel after learning that he became […]
By: Yessenia Macias • El pasado sábado 18 de febrero el canal dos de México transmitió un programa llamado Dialogo Ciudadano, cuyo principal objetivo fue […]
By: Adam Burkhart • To commemorate the centennial of the events of the San Diego Free Speech Fights, unions and activists participated at a demonstration […]
By: Maria Flores • Ovarian Cancer forms in the tissue when normal ovarian cells begin to grow uncontrollably and produce malignant tumors in one or […]
By Joaquin Junco, Jr.
By: Elizabeth Pantoja • Part 1: Oct 12 1492… Not a day of celebration but a day that marks an Indigenous Holocaust Columbus and Cortez and […]
By: María Isabel Flores • Alma Michelle Escoto, hija of Gloria and Reyes Escoto, hermana de Misty and Wendy Escoto, y más importante aún, madre […]
By: Ashley Hurtado • Together we will explore overcrowding of the American prison system. We will also understand how the Three Strikes and Marijuana laws […]
By: Marci Luna • Our people Crossing borders Risking their lives Great strength and courage Doesn’t the United States see The sacrifice The pain The struggle […]
By: Jorge Mariscal • Professor of Literature and Chicana/o Studies at the Universityof California, San Diego. The surge of neo-racism inArizona, especially racism directed at […]
By: Sandra Galindo • “…What is your Wet number?” “Are you allowed to be here?” “Why you don’t speak our language?” “Why don’t you go to […]
By: Joaquin Junco, Jr.
By: Adam Burkhart • On December 1st , Anabel Hernandez gave a presentation at the 2nd Annual Bi-national Conference on Border Issues atSan DiegoCityCollege. Hernandez, […]
By: Francisco Beltrán • “This is a war. If we aren’t willing to do what it takes to win, we risk losing everything we try […]
By: Angel Monroy-Aparicio • January is an important month for many of us. It is the beginning of a new year as well as new […]