Nuestra Voz

the latest stories from UCLA’s Latinx community

La nariz como la de mi padre

"Así es como mi mirada se iba aflojando hacia el suelo, así es como mi mirada nunca es fija cuando te veo a la cara"
May 17, 2018/by Vanessa Gonzalez Soto

AFSCME Labor Strikes: El Precio de la Pobreza–The Price of Poverty

Thousands of service workers across the University of California…
May 13, 2018/by Elizabeth Garcia

Mujer Monday: Soraya

"I know there are many questions without answers, and that hope…
May 7, 2018/by Abigail Duran

The Underground Scholars Initiative

This story was originally featured in La Gente's Winter 2018…
March 20, 2018/by Humberto Flores

Review of Axe Bahia: The Power of Art in Afro-Brazilian Metropolis at the Fowler Museum

The Fowler Museum, located at UCLA is now displaying a three-part…
February 18, 2018/by Kathy Castillo

Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas at the Getty Center

Although gold is a highly cherished metal in contemporary society,…
February 1, 2018/by Kathy Castillo

Action Plan for Affordable Textbooks Report Release

MEDIA ADVISORY: PRESS CONFERENCE In fight for more affordable…
January 24, 2018/by La Gente Newsmagazine

Radical Women at the Hammer Museum

The exhibition, Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, just closed on December 31. In case you missed it, here is the review!
January 5, 2018/by Daisy Vargas

US-trained Security Forces Kill Hondureños Amid Election Result Blackout

After a state-imposed curfew was implemented Friday, December 1, Honduran militarized police and armed forces have unleashed chaos, violence, and death on Hondureños revolting against President Juan Orlando Hernández and his election commission's failure to release results of the November 26 election.
December 7, 2017/by Joseph Mejia
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La Gente Newsmagazine, born from the Chicana/o movement, arose out of a need to represent the Latina/o community and their issues in UCLA and the greater Los Angeles area. In an effort to be the voice of Latina/o experiences, we have featured news and opinions that highlight our communities since 1971. We continue to provide the latest on art, culture, community, and university news and events relating to our communities.

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