Archive | September, 2012

Day 2 of Conference

Albuquerque Cultural Conference

Today is the final day of this year’s conference. Lots of talk about education happening–with panels like Can Tuscon Happen Here?, Cosmopolitanism, Education for Freedom, and discussions about Poets in the Schools in the Slam panel around, it would be a hard topic to avoid. The institutions of education, new educational policies, controversies, community ed […]

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Day 1 of the conference

Albuquerque Cultural Conference

There was a lot of excitement in the air at the Harwood yesterday. Highlights for me included hearing Roberto Rodriguez talk about running with his students from Tucson to Phoenix in 115 degree weather to protest HB 2281, which bans ethnic studies in Arizona. This run inspired others, called barrio runs, that activists – adults […]

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More to Learn

Albuquerque Cultural Conference

We’ll be highlighting Albuquerque Cultural Conference poets and panelists in upcoming days. Learn more about poet and panelist Luis Rodriguez and panelist Antonia Darder in previous posts and check back to the blog to learn more about the activists, advocates and academics presenting at the 2012 Conference. We’ll also be blogging from the Conference. Expect […]

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Panelist Antonia Darder in Truthout

Albuquerque Cultural Conference

Albuquerque Cultural Conference panelist, Antonia Darder, was interviewed this week for a piece with Antonia will be speaking Saturday afternoon with the Conference’s Panel Four: “Building a Culture of Resistance.” The link below takes you to the truthout article.  

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Cultura for the Rest of Us

Albuquerque Cultural Conference

Our first movie fundraiser was a success! We were proud to team up with the Guild Cinema and the UNM Chicana & Chicano Studies department yesterday to watch some locally-produced shorts on the big screen. Thanks to all who attended, including Richard Vargas, whose photos are on our Facebook page, Dr. Irene Vasquez, who gave […]

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