Interviews

Tahila Xicahuamazatl Mintz is a photographer, filmmaker, artist, educator, community organizer, and healer. Tahila has lived photographing and recording stories of women and communities throughout the Americas, Africa, Middle East, …

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I kiss your hand…and in kissing your hand I bless myself. (Khalil Gibran) We’ve all been there. We’ve become emotionally vulnerable to people with too many wounds that couldn’t possibly …

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In the short documentary Life Between Borders: Black Migrants in Mexico, filmmaker Ebony Bailey takes a close look at the growing population of Black families and workers seeking opportunities for …

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This short documentary shot on June 29th 2016 gives light to the struggles and dire need for ethnic studies in k-12 schools in Compton, CA. Through the voices of two Compton …

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Written by: Rafael Zu and Jessica Alvarenga Translated by: Jessica Alvarenga In colonial Brazil, a quilombo was a place where runaway slaves would take refuge and be free. Novos quilombos, …

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It was a 93 degree afternoon in Boyle Heights, CA with hot concrete, thick summer air, and the charm of local señores in their mariachi uniforms gathered to await the …

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