Category: Volume XVII

Latest edition available in blog

The editorial team of Hispanic Culture Review is pleased to announce that the contributions of the journal’s latest printed edition are now available in this blog. The Fall 2010-Spring 2011 printed volume of the bilingual journal is still available in George Mason University’s (GMU) Student Media office. The academic magazine is free for GMU’s students. …

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LAbor

By Daniel Aristi Belgium water broke down in Cypress Park – linoleum amniotic abruptly, in a Taco Bell craving – and she’s so pretty, and so young, and thinks only por favor Jesús por favor no seas nunca no seas como tu padre: sus tatuajes yo los llevo tallados en mi corazón.

1968

By Melissa Castillo-Garsow Fordham University, New York Black Americans in Mexico with raised fists and gold medals, black socks, black scarf, long beads. Airwaves filled with love, not war. Draft dodging and war protests, while ten days earlier hundreds fell in protest-just miles away-when Black Power ruled the Olympics. When Black Power ruled the Olympics, …

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