Children of the Diaspora
"“Children of the Diaspora” is a documentary about the historical and ideological origins of USEU, la Unión Salvadoreña de Estudiantes Universitarios, in the United States. Set in 2009, this film begins by documenting USEU's first delegation to El Salvador."
Raices Cultural Center
"They work to preserve Caribbean and other cultures as reflected in music, art, dance, history and the natural arts. Raíces Cultural Center’s principal goal is the investigation, compilation, documentation, preservation, and dissemination of traditional Caribbean culture through art, history and ecology."
Christopher the Ogre Cologre, It's Over!
"GIGANTIC LIES meet EMPOWERING TRUTHS in this masterfully written, family friendly book finally bringing children, parents, and educators the real history of Christopher Columbus. By scholar and educator, Dr. Siu."
U.S. Central Americans
Reconstructing Memories, Struggles, and Communities of Resistance
U.S. Central Americans draws connections to fields of study such as history, political science, anthropology, ethnic studies, sociology, cultural studies, and literature, as well as diaspora and border studies. The volume is also accessible in size, scope, and language to educators and community and service workers wanting to know about their U.S. Central American families, neighbors, friends, students, employees, and clients.
Family Pictures USA
"Journeys through a rapidly changing landscape where the hallmarks of a familiar and idealized “America” are being transformed. From the streets of Detroit, to the shores
of Southwest Florida, to the farm fields of North Carolina, we are creating a new purpose for the family photo album…as an integral part of our collective social and cultural history."
Centro Cultural Techantit
"They create spaces where elders can tell stories, teach their ancestral music and dance, and indigenous languages that the youth can learn. The youth are also able to design their own programs incorporating muralism, music and ancestral forms like the marimba," and more.
"This reference center with 7,626 posts is dedicated to providing information to the general public on African American history and the history of more than one billion people of African ancestry around the world." And, articles on Afro-Latinxs.
Teaching Central America
"Our goal is to encourage and support teaching about Central America in K-12 schools so that students can learn about this region, which has many ties to the United States through foreign policy, immigration, commerce, and culture."
Central Americans in Los Angeles
"Central Americans have embraced Los Angeles as home and, in doing so, transported their rich heritage and customs to the streets of this multicultural metropolis."
"a vital resource that serves everyone interested in California's rich collections: browse online, search for information about specific items and their location, and learn how to access them."
Digital Public Library of America
"Empowers people to learn, grow, and contribute to a diverse and better-functioning society by maximizing access to our shared history, culture, and knowledge."