Muralist Juana Alicia Inspires Social Change Through Provoking Public Art
Thursday, October 22, 2020 The artist's work, much of which can be seen around the Bay Area, is dedicated to raising awareness about climate change and women's rights.
Celebrity Artist Profile: Yalitza Aparicio
Monday, October 19, 2020 This young actress made waves in the film industry after starring in the film Roma, which gave her a spotlight to discuss important social justice issues such as indigenous representation and the treatment of domestic workers.
Berkeley Restaurant Spotlight: Best Latinx Eateries
Saturday, October 17, 2020 In celebration of Chicanx Latinx Heritage Month, here are some of the best Latinx restaurants and eateries Berkeley has to offer.
Latin American Entertainment Industry Deeply Impacted by COVID-19
Saturday, October 17, 2020 Despite a devastating loss of funds, some countries have decided to think of the closing of the economy as an opportunity for reinvention.
To Achieve Unity, Latinx Community Must Acknowledge Complex Identities
Friday, October 16, 2020 As we celebrate Latinx Heritage month, we must understand the discrimination that occurs within the Latinx community.
Music From Latin America Acts as a Form of Cultural Resistance
Thursday, October 15, 2020 Rumba, nueva canción, and Tropicália don't just illustrate the strength and beauty of Latinx culture and history, but are also influences for contemporary music genres.
Hispanic Engineers and Scientists Club Works to Diversify STEM
Thursday, October 15, 2020 Chocron described a prevalent issue saying, “A lot of the Latinx community are not exposed to the STEM fields, and are sometimes stereotyped as not capable of accomplishing any goals within that field.”
Latinx Unidos Club Prepares Celebration for Chicanx/Latinx Heritage Month
Thursday, October 15, 2020 The club is adapting their traditional assembly by creating a video to celebrate Chicanx/Latinx culture.
Bay Area Dance Studios Bring Together the Latinx Community
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Dance studies, ranging from teaching Brazilian dance to capoeira, serve to connect Latinx people despite threats from gentrification.
Identity-Based Support Groups Would Benefit the Broader Student Body
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) has created safe spaces for students of common identities, like Latinx and female students, which provide support and comfort within BHS.
Chicanx Latinx Classes at BHS Create a Community-Based Space for All
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Chicanx Latinx classes evolve every year in response to current events. Consequently, their timely focus, close community, and emphasis on discovering one’s identity make them relevant to all students.
Latinx Athletes Shine in Professional Sports Worldwide
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 A look at the accomplishments of four exceptional athletes: Mariana Pajón, a BMX rider, Canelo Álvarez, a middleweight boxer, Carmelo Anthony, an NBA forward, and Kenti Robles, a right back soccer player.
Student-Submitted Poems for Latinx Heritage Month
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Underrepresentation of Latinx People in Media Persists and Distorts Politics
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 Negative portrayals of Latinx people have enforced harmful stereotypes and may serve to support current right-wing views.