Center for Latina/o Studies in the Americas (CELASA)
Kalmanovitz Hall 334
San Francisco, CA 94117
CELASA contributes to the understanding of Latina/o communities in the United States and throughout Latin America and promotes scholarly communication across national boundaries. CELASA fosters the interdisciplinary analysis of the social, economic, political, and cultural realities of Latin Americans and of Latina/os in the United States.
The ground-breaking, award-winning, bi-national indigenous media organization with co-founders Alexandra Haikin and Francisco Vasquez. Featuring: Zapatista Films, Human rights documentaries from Guerrerro and Chihuahua, and Chiapas-based Votan Kop Audiovisual School.
A poetic action against femicide dedicated to women who were and are still being killed around the world. This action decries the violence, impunity, and oblivion, and ritualizes the need for solidarity and action. Remembrance is resistance on Dia De Los Muertos.
Hear a report back from the front lines of the caravan in Mexico and learn more about the history of and the human right to seek asylum with guest speakers Abigail Stepnitz and Graciela "Chelis" López.