Artifact: Rebozo

by Mele Martinez It’s a monsoon summer night and a dozen comadres sit in a circle talking, planning, and organizing in a small retreat room….

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Essays

Lola’s Quince: A Lesson in Belonging

Essay by Mele Martinez | September 2019

My Sunrise: How I Came of Age the Apache Way

Essay by Brooke Gregg | September 2019


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Thinking like a Folklorist

Remapping LA

by Alison M. De La Cruz On April 17, 2019, ArtChangeUS: Arts in a Changing America convened nearly 400 arts and cultural workers for ReMap LA, a Cultural Equity Summit at…