This is narrative is written by Masen Alemán, MAS Student. Photo courtesy of Masen Alemán. Permission for story provided by Masen Alemán. All rights reserved by Masen Alemán.
This is narrative is written by Imanol Gutierrez, MAS Student. Photo courtesy of Imanol Gutierrez. Permission for story provided by Imanol Gutierrez. All rights reserved by Imanol Gutierrez.
This is narrative is written by Brendan Snow, MAS Student.. Photo courtesy of Brendan Snow. Permission for story provided by Brendan Snow. All rights reserved by Brendan Snow.
Ana Mendieta was a groundbreaking feminist Cuban artist who is most know for her earth-body performances. She was born on November 18, 1948, in Havana, Cuba where she lived with her mother, father, and soon later her husband Carl Andre. Ana was a woman who didn’t care what others said or criticize her work and always made sure sheContinue reading “Ana Mendieta by Alyssa Lopez”
The Chicano poet, Gary Soto, was born into a working-class Mexican-American family on April 12th, 1952 in Fresno, California. Throughout his childhood, Soto was obliged to help his parents and many other workers in the fields of Fresno as that was their only source of income as he began his early interest in English literature. Soto becameContinue reading “Gary Soto by Masen Alemán”
FOREWORD My father, Gil Coronado, is a leader by example. He raised my brothers and I on the philosophy of protecting our greatest assets, this includes our name, reputation and family. Dad drilled into us the need to care for family, often saying, “Take care of your brothers and take careContinue reading “The History of Hispanic Heritage Month”