Dolores Huerta: Civil Rights Champion
Watch this series of videos exploring the activism and life of Dolores Huerta. Use the discussion guide to structure your thinking.
Latinx, Hispanic, and Chicano Genius
Browse and read—or learn about—the work of Latinx, Hispanic, and Chicano artists, activists, and more. (Note: Some texts require sign-in.)
Respect for All
Watch this short documentary to learn about the activist and human rights leader Cesar Chavez.
Wonders of Mexico
Explore the influence of Mexican art and culture in this stunning collection of influential work from painters, architects, filmmakers, writers, and other artists.
Learn about the proud but precarious labor of Carlos Guitterez, a farmworker in California, whose life mirrors those of many other essential workers.
Use this curated collection to commemorate the histories, cultures, and contributions of Latinx Americans.
The Aztecs: A Clash of Worlds
Listen to this podcast to learn about the rise, fall, and legacy of Aztec civilization, a Mesoamerican culture in the 14th through 16th centuries.
Representation Through Music
Scroll through and listen to this wide mix of Latinx musical artists and interviews about their motivations.
Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle
Learn about—and reflect on—the work of Ruben Salazar, a Mexican American journalist who covered the Chicano movement in the late 1960s.
Power of Poetry
Read or listen to the poem, and then notice the spacing between words and lines. What is this poem about? Why do you think it's written in this way?
Dig into History
Use this Google Doc to research a leader from the Mexican Revolution. Who were they, and what role did they play?
Listen to Latinx Writers
Choose from the famous writers and listen to them reading their own work in Spanish. If any capture your attention, find their work and read some more!