Sylvia Rivera was a remarkable Latinx transgender woman in USA American history. She was a queer liberation and transgender rights activist, a drag queen, and a Puerto Rican American. She advocated for drag queens and other non-conforming gender people.
Celebrating Women’s History Month
The National Women’s History Alliance designated the 2023 theme: “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.”
We invite you to read about three remarkable Latinx women in USA history, Ellen Rodriguez Trias, Dolores Huerta , Ellen Ochoa.
Reserva la Fecha
2023 Simposio de Salud Mental y Justicia Social para la Comunidad Latina/e. 27, 28, & 29 Septiembre 2023. Tema: “Voces de Poder desde la Resiliencia y la Fortaleza.” Estamos recibiendo propuestas de presentaciones aquí. Fecha limite para enviarlas: 20/03/2023. Para mayor información, escríbanos por favor a nuestra dirección electrónica: [email protected]
Antioch Voices: Douglas Valdez
Antioch Voices is an initative started by Antioch University Chancellor Bill Groves. It is a space for members of the Antioch community to write and share opinion and creative writing pieces for university-wide distribution on issues of national and public concern. This month, Latinx Institute Coordinator Douglas Valdez wrote a piece for Antioch Voices about […]
First Mexican Snake Festival
Keeping connections with her native country, our work-study student Laura Briseño traveled to México to participate in the First Mexican Snake Festival.
“The Problem Will Pass:” Attitudes of Latinx Adults Toward Mental Illness and Help Seeking
The Latinx Institutes’ Syntia Santos Dietz co-authored an article on the Attitudes of Latinx Adults Toward Mental Illness and Help Seeking.