Tag Archives: Poetry

Writing Our Lives Workshop

by Vanessa Martir In the backdrop of the controversial ban on ethnic studies, textbook wars and immigration legislation occurring in the American Southwest, we must use these circumstances to inspire and empower ourselves as Latinos/people of color. It’s time we put our stories down and write ourselves into the fabric of this nation. For so […]

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Hail to Our Writers: Luis Lopez Nieves

By Victoria Cepeda Prolific writers come in all shapes and colors. Theirs is a world made up of various genres, writing styles and realms. A writer’s motivation for writing is as diverse as there are people willing to embrace them.  Through reading some of us would, most likely,  improve on our writing styles and open our minds to a world that […]

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2011: Un Año Nuevo, Pa’lante!

 By Bernice Sosa-Izquierdo The What? The new year. The What? The new year. The What? The new year is coming! And with a stronger vengeance than this one is about to leave behind. We are in the midst of a revolution; a movement; a renaissance (if you will) of conscious minds within a society that’s […]

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