Society & Culture:Philosophy
Milta Ortiz - Salvadoran playwright bridging indigenous realities for the 21st century.
Milta Ortiz is smart, passionate about her community and showcases her commitment through the arts. Ortiz is a bilingual, bi cultural playwright, poet, and performer born in El Salvador. She moved to the United States at the age of eight and was raised in Northern California. She currently a director of the Borderlands Theater Company in Tucson, AZ., where she lives with her family.
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Ernesto Vigil - Uncovering the FBI's war on Xicano/Indigenous movements through FOIA
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Space + Time = Will : The Politico-Cultural Theories of Mao Tse Tung
'Left/Right - on the significance of a political distinction' Chapters 7 & 8
Reality Dysfunction in Conversation with Maddox Wolfe Campaigns Manager with the Audubon Society
'Left/Right - on the significance of a political distinction' Chapters 5 & 6
Reality Dysfunction: Conversation with Turiya Coll of Sonoran Prevention Works
'Left/Right - on the significance of a political distinction' Chapters 1 & 2
'Left/Right: On the Significance of a Poltical Distinction' Chapters 3 & 4
History of Indian and Africana Philosophy
Dear Hank & John
The Art of Manliness
The Ezra Klein Show
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