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Dia De Muertos 2013 Roundup of Houston Events

I was trying to figure out what I would be doing for muertos. There is a lot going on, so I though I’d list them and share the list. November 2. Rothko Chapel. Renewing Our Chapel for Migrant Rights. October 26, November 2. Casa Ramirez. Class, then reception for exhibit. Oct 21-Nov 9. Lawdale Art [...]

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Latino in 2013

***This event, which will share the perspectives of a diverse group of Houston Latinos, is the first in a series. All Houstonians are encouraged to join us and participate in the dialogue.*** 2013 is the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s signing of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s I Have [...]

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Latinos, Go Vote: Why Should We?

Bush, a Republican, imprisoned immigrant children and raided workplaces, hunting down undocumented workers. Obama, a Democrat, has deported more immigrants than Bush. In Harris County, Adrian Garcia, a Democrat and son Mexican migrants supports 287g and S-Comm, a deportation program that routinely deports people for minor traffic violations. His Republican opponents are touting endorsements from [...]

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Librotraficante: Letter Of Solidarity With All Librotraficantes

To All Librotraficantes Everywhere: Even though I find myself unable to join you personally in your travels to bring banned knowledge to the people of Arizona, it is my hope that I might offer solidarity with your efforts by sharing my thoughts regarding the significance of your work. This country finds itself at a crossroad [...]

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Mural Artist, Activists, Alumni, and Students Demonstrate

What: Press Conference by 1960’s Civil Rights Activists, Alumni, Original Artist and current U of H Students Purpose: To demonstrate against the planned move to an undisclosed location of a historic mural at U of H Date/Time: Friday, March 2, 2012 Time: 11:30 AM Location: In front of the University Center (student center) at Entrance [...]

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Librotraficantes: Trafficking Forbidden Knowledge To Arizona

  For Immediate Release                                                                              January 24, 2012                                                                                               CONTACT: Tony Diaz, Nuestra Palabra Director AztecMuse@aol.com    Houston writers & activists organize a caravan of Librotraficantes to smuggle contraband books back into Arizona! Houston, Texas – Local literary nonprofit Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say is organizing The Librotraficantes Banned Book Caravan from Houston, Texas to [...]

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Why A “Mexica Church?”

I have spoken to some over the past many years and months about the need to be able to communicate the principles of Mexicayotl to the people. Mexicayotl is the spirit behind the rebirth of indigenous traditions, conscience and spirituality. In many cases, it is the spirit behind Danza Azteca, Temazcales (sweat lodges), and ceremonias. I have even mentioned to some the idea of a [...]

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Occupy Houston Marches to Sheriff’s Office

From Jim On the Houston Unido listserve Houston Unido/United– Occupy Houston has passed a proposal for an anti-police brutality march in solidarity with the Oakland General Strike/Mass Day of action. We’ll meet 11:30 am, Wednesday, Nov 2, at Tranquility. Then at noon, we’ll march to the Harris Country Sheriff’s office at 1201 Franklin. If you [...]

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Invitation

On November 13, I am hosting a prayer/discussion session regarding the topic of starting a new forum/form for prayer. I have shared some of these ideas with some of you before. Some were at the floricanto we did many years back, and the idea is similar to this. Some might not be familiar at all [...]

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An Open Letter to Occupy Houston

An Open Letter To Occupy Houston, Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Movements All Over The World I would like to open this letter by recognizing your recent efforts to shed light on the cases of many problems that many middle class United States citizens have begun to feel lately.  The unemployment, the disenfranchisement from the [...]

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