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Entries for July, 2016

“Young Latino Artists 21: [email protected]” at Mexic-Arte Museum

Tweet This exhibit is about being Mexican-American, but it will make things happen for you whatever your ethnicity REVIEWED BY SAM ANDERSON-RAMOS, FRI., JULY 15, 2016 I’m Mexican-American, but I don’t know exactly what that means anymore. It seems to refer to the fact that my family is from Mexico. It also seems to have […]

CRNLive’s Studio B returning to the world in September 2016

Tweet Remember in the late 90’s when you stumbled across CRNLive for the first time? At the time we had studio B which became your headquarters for Chicano Rapp & Hip Hop? Well for years we have been bombarded with your requests to bring it back. Tune in September when we once again become your […]

Update on Bobby (DTTX) from Lighter Shade of Brown posted by KID FROST REPOST‬

Tweet I’m still here with his Mom his Aunts nieces ODM Lil Uno Crazy Joe Jammin James and Tony I’m sitting here still tripping that My Homie won’t be able to pull through the rigors of what hapoened to our boy and from what I see his spirit and soul have left his body and […]

Texas Latinos Mobilize Against Controversial Mexican-American Textbook

Tweet The book, called “Mexican American Heritage” is on the list of proposed textbooks that the Texas State Board of Education is considering to use as part of instructional materials for the newly created Mexican-American studies class. If approved, the book would be used in classrooms as early as next year, something critics are trying […]

POLITICAL SALSA Y MÁS with SAL BALDENEGRO 7.10.16 “CELEBRATING HISTORY”

Tweet July 10, 2016 by Tia Tenopia Forget history—let’s drink some beer! Let’s celebrate what we don’t know… Americans love to celebrate—even when they do not exactly know what it is they’re celebrating. Constitutional-Convention-1787PD_300 The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, by the Continental Congress. The Fourth of July, for example. This […]