Chicago-based band Dos Santos: Anti-Beat Orquesta has just premiered a new video for their song, Santa Clara, a single off their latest EP, Fonografic.
By Sandra A. Trevino on April 3, 2017
OPENING – Gestalt Series: The Inner Workings of Secrets, A Solo Exhibit by Sandra Antongiorgi
By Guest Author on April 1, 2017
“At first we thought it was strange to hear police sirens a few minutes after the loud bangs, and then we had a funny feeling they might not have been firecrackers,” recalled Justin Davis.
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 31, 2017
Brazilian American singer-songwriter Monica da Silva drops a fresh new track today called “Soldado de Amor.”
By Ondas Chicago on March 30, 2017
A recap of the Sounds of Spain Showcase in Austin for SXSW 2017 by Jhonatan Carbonell of Ondas Chicago.
By Guest Author on March 29, 2017
Joint statement by Organized Communities Against Deportations (OCAD), The People’s Response Team and Mijente, in response to the shooting of Felix Torres by an Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent, which shows that immigration raids make our communities unsafe and expose the heightened militarized tactics.
By The Ponderers on March 28, 2017
In this March 27 edition (105.5FM WLPN-LP), we share music by some amazing artists from around the world including a discussion on the ladies who captured our soul at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin.
By Luz Chavez on March 25, 2017
On the heels of finishing its first workshop series on immigrant rights, Organized Communities Against Deportations (OCAD) is teaming up with several organizations on a new round of workshops on undocumented immigrants’ rights in the workplace, rental properties, and the health care system. The new series launched last Saturday with events on opposite sides of the city: a “Know Your Rights” workshop […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 24, 2017
Make Music Chicago, a completely free city-wide musical celebration under the helm of the International Music Foundation, is now accepting applications through June 1 from both musicians and venues…
By Daniel Corral on March 24, 2017
Romero and many other church leaders refused to accept that the church ought to be more concerned with preserving its own identity and privileges in the world than with the plight of humanity in it.
This Sunday, coders, designers, and nontechies are rolling up their sleeves and getting down to work at the second Migra Map Hack Day. From 10am to 4pm, participants will help make Migra Map the go-to resource for tracking ICE raids. UIC computer science student Guillermo Rojas reached out to Migra Map creators United We Dream and Latino Rebels about […]
By Ilene Palacios on March 22, 2017
“Standing for the Living,” a short film, addresses the struggle to protect the water, documents the violent raids to shut down the Oceti Sakowin prayer camp in North Dakota and draws connection between the colonization of indigenous people & resources and the displacement of Mexican people in Pilsen through gentrification.