His most recent body of work seeks an understanding of the widespread lynching of Mexicanos in Texas between 1848 and 1928.
This week L.A. Letters spotlights Luis Rodriguez's distinguished career and also highlights the larger community of writers from Boyle Heights to Pacoima and Sylmar that count him
The first installment in a new series exploring the names of L.A. streets takes a look at the converted alley considered by some to be the heart of Mexican L.A.
Elliott Barkan's photographs of Los Angeles murals portray the growing self-identity of Chicano culture since the late 1960s.
Professor and Exhibitions Director at Azusa Pacific University offers his top street art-related stories for 2012.
As the first Hispanic woman in the world to fly into space, her influence can be felt far beyond the galaxies.