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Mestizo Gallery introduces Jendar Marie Morales as new curator and director
For years, the Mestizo Gallery, located inside the Mestizo Coffeehouse, has stood out as a community art and activism space created by the Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts. Founded in 2003, MICA is a nonprofit organization that serves the local ...
Mestizo's Interactive Workshop on Race
As Black History Month draws to a close, Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts will hold one last event to enhance societal understanding of cultural identity and discrimination.
'Flamencos and mestizos' 2016 Program Announced
SGAE Foundation has announced the program of the new edition of the 'Flamencos and mestizos'. The music and dance series will take place March 17-20 at Sala Berlanga in Madrid. The showcase will feature performances by Gualberto and Ricardo Miño; ...
'Father of Latino theology,' San Antonio priest Virgilio Elizondo, takes his
He viewed Jesus' life in Nazareth as that of an mestizo outsider, much like that of his congregation. “People are hurt when they are not welcome," he told Time Magazine. "To me, that is the sin of the world.
Across Latin America, Governments Criminalize Social Movements to Silence Dissent
The indigenous and mestizo communities have expressed their opposition to these projects over concerns that the communities would be displaced from their lands, and that many sacred places would be lost. Rigoberto Juarez, a community leader and ...

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