That is, there was explicit rhetoric around the desire to retake the southwestern part of the United States, pointing back to the historical land mass called Atzlan
For the most radical, 'Latino' not only affirmed cultural differences with Anglo America, but also signaled defiance, kindling a vision of a liberated nationhood, whether in a Southwestern Atzlan
, an independent Puerto Rico or a mythos of a national Latinidad.
Influenced, even as he critiques them, by Chicano/a nationalist writings on the dreamed and desired recuperability of an Atzlan
home within the territory of the southwest United States, De Genova insists on making Mexican Chicago his subject, following his informants in largely eschewing "Mexican American" as a term and seeing the Mexican character not just of enclaves but of the whole city.
Our Culture Hell: Feminism in Atzlan
," is also the title of a paper prepared by Francisca Flores for the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies Conference in California, Monterey, October 26-28, 1972.
In my discussion, I have shown how the murals of Casa Atzlan
provide a symbolic space for reconstituting the local community.
The evening, sponsored by Telemundo, includes performances by: - Cuban singer Albita - Mariachi ensemble Sol de Mexico - Ballet Atzlan
Evening co-hosts are Jose Diez Balart and Gloria Calzada from Telemundo's morning show, Esta Manana and award presenters include Thais Araujo, star of Xica and Emiliano Diez, star of Los Beltran.
Frida, can you imagine how the world beyond Atzlan
admires your pain?