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Artist Meera Desai describes the process of coming up with a collective vision for the Maestrapeace mural. October 23, 2019.
Artist Irene Pérez explains why she decided to paint Coyolxauhqui as a figure that is put back together rather than cut in pieces as she appears in the Aztec monolith. October 23, 2019.
Students and artists continue the conversation after the panel. Artists autograph copies of Maestrapeace: San Francisco's Monumental Feminist Mural.
Artists Miranda Bergman, Meera Desai, and Irene Pérez with Alexandera Lalama, Latina/Latino Studies Administrative Analyst Specialist Gabriela Segovia-McGahan, Yazmin Madriz, Elizabeth Casillas Ocampo, and Project Rebound Data Specialist Jerry Leonor. October 23, 2019.
Latina/Latino Studies Department Chair Katynka Martinez with Maestrapeace muralists Meera Desai, Irene Pérez, and Miranda Bergman. October 23, 2019.
Poetry reading featuring Adrian Arancibia, Professor of English and Creative Writing at Miramar Community College and author of Poems of Exhaustion, Atacama Poems, and The Keeper/El Guardador. October 4, 2019.
Latina/Latino Studies Open House. First-year students with College of Ethnic Studies Associate Dean, Catriona Esquibel, and Latina/Latino Studies Department Chair, Katynka Martinez. August 22, 2019.
“Women Out In Front: How the Community Freed Los Siete de la Raza.” Students with panelists Donna Amador, Maria Ramirez, Judy Drummond, Audelith Martinez, Tony Martinez, Archivist Eva Martinez, Professors Katynka Martinez and Simmy Makhijani. April 18, 2019.
“Women Out In Front: How the Community Freed Los Siete de la Raza,” a panel organized by Archivist Eva Martinez, J. Paul Leonard Library Special Collections. April 18, 2019.
“The Zapatista Movement and Mexico’s Democratic Transition: Mobilization, Success, Survival,” a presentation by Dr. María Inclán, Associate Professor of Political Science at the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, Mexico City). February 27, 2019.
“Lucha Obrera: Latinos and their Unions in Mid-Twentieth Century San Francisco,” a presentation by Dr. Eduardo Contreras, Assistant Professor of History, Hunter College. February 21, 2019.
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