What can you do to help DACA students and workers right now?
I, alongside several other brilliant Latinas, took a private tour with American History curator, Mireya Loza.
I jumped on a plane to Dallas, Texas to see the DMA’s latest blockbuster hit, “Mexico 1900-1950.” I was not disappointed.
I am Latina but I don’t speak Spanish. At least that is what I would tell people who assumed that I do.
White Allyship in the museum field and my perspective of those encounters.
Success is not always determined solely by your talent but by who you know and the network you keep. But attaining that network costs more than some can afford.
An AAM 2017 overview.
The National Museum of the American Latino has a public petition to live in what is currently the Smithsonian’s Art and Industries building. Here is why I’m annoyed.