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Voices for Justice: the Enduring Legacy
of the Latino Free Press in America,
Sept. 25, 2008, Mission Campus Library, 4th Floor
voices for justice

Voices for Justice: the Enduring Legacy of the Latino Free Press in America was presented at the Mission Campus Library, City College of San Francisco on September 25, 2008.

From Latinoteca's web site:

"Voices for Justice: The Enduring Legacy of the Latino Press in the U.S. commemorates the bicentennial of Latino journalism in the United States with a wide range of programs documenting a journalism legacy that began with the nation’s first Latino newspaper, El Misisipí, founded in New Orleans in September 1808. From September 2008 through September 2009, Voices for Justice will use multi-media and public programs to tell the story of the establishment, development and current growth of the U.S. Latino press. Acción Latina, a San Francisco non-profit organization that publishes El Tecolote, a bilingual, biweekly newspaper founded in 1970, spearheads the effort. Providing the historical background and documentation is the University of Houston’s Recovering the U. S. Hispanic Literary heritage Project, directed by Nicolás Kanellos, author of the book, “Hispanic Periodicals in the United States: A Brief History and Comprehensive Bibliography.” Providing an academic base for the project is Félix Gutiérrez, journalism professor in the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication."


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