Latino Conservation Week – is an annual initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation showcasing outdoor engagement and conservation advocacy by Latinx communities. In celebration, we are partnering with Latino Outdoors to host a panel discussion recognizing the ways members of our LatinX communities engage with the outdoors and the field of conservation. Our panelists represent a wide array of voices including outdoor educators, organizers and conservationists.
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Raza in the Outdoors: A Conversation with Latino:
Achinta S. McDaniel, the talented Artistic Director/Choreographer for Blue13 Dance Company, offers this addictive playlist featuring some of the best in Bollywood music.
Foto East LA, a community history project, is an online collection of images depicting the history of one of the nation’s most culturally rich communities. From everyday events to extraordinary moments, we are gathering historical images taken by locals who have experienced East LA firsthand.
Located at LA Plaza’s Historic Paseo Walkway, Transportapueblos: Los Resilientes is a public art sculpture in recognition of the many difficulties faced by people who journey from their homes hoping to find a better life in the United States. The artwork was created by Mexican artist Alfredo “LIBRE” Gutierrez.
Unpacking the Universe: The Making of an Exhibition is a documentary series that follows the six-year journey of LACMA’s curators’ researching, developing, and installing The Portable Universe. The series allows us to be transparent about how the team facilitated a collaborative process with the Arhuaco community in Colombia and curators at different institutions and kept this spirit of collaboration alive in the way the exhibition was installed.
This is a digital-first multimedia series that highlights L.A.’s history of breadmaking and celebrates a selection of the diverse bakers and community builders who call the city home. As a part of its mission, NHM celebrates and illuminates L.A.’s diverse rich natural and cultural history. Here are four Latino bakeries that are featured and add to the diversity of Los Angeles: La Monarca Bakery, La Princesita Tortilleria, Cafe Porto’s Bakery, and Guatemalteca.