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“In defense of humans Lay down your sticks and stones Weapons and violence are better off left alone Cause you don’t rise when people fall I see you rot this world I see you ride this world I see you rape this world On, off, on, off, on, off And I don’t like what I […]
The Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS), phati’tude’s nonprofit organization, is pleased to announce that Danbee Kim has been selected as its Legal intern for Summer 2012.
Librarian Andrew P. Jackson (Sekou Molefi Baako) co-edits with fellow librarians, Julius C. Jefferson, Jr. and Akilah S. Nosakhere, The 21st Century Black Librarian in America, a tribute to the late Dr. E.J. Josey, activist and librarian.
phati’tude Literary Magazine is going on hiatus after the publication of its Latino issue. This hiatus is being done in the name of growth. It’s not indefinite, and we’ll be back January 2013 to resume publishing our Women’s issue, Spring 2013, which will be edited by Jen Johnson, our Managing Editor.
This slim book, written by Daniel de Souza while serving a prison sentence for attempting to smuggle drugs into Turkey, makes a great read for anyone interested in finding out more about Turkish society and what makes the people tick.
Yes. There has been a delay, but it’s coming. ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America will publish and be available for sale on March 30th. It’s a 300 page issue filled with interviews, essays, poetry, artwork and translations, that’s worth the wait!
SHOCKED AND STUNNED. Those are the words that come to mind every time I go back to the moment I heard of Louis Reyes Rivera’s sudden passing. He was a friend and a mentor, always chastising me to do better and more, to own it, to push the boundaries and limits of the publishing and literary worlds.
Poet Shaggy Flores shares a few words about friend, hermano, mentor, editor, teacher, and fellow Nuyorican Poet, Louis Reyes Rivera, who recently passed away in the early hours of March 3, 2012.
Led by Houston Community College professor Tony Diaz and students protest Tucson Unified School District’s dissolution of its Mexican-American studies classes.
KELSEY ADAMS || IR || MARCH 2012 A few weeks ago, our Editor Deborah Kim wrote about the co-existence of digital and print media. This week, I want to explore how digital media changes not only the way we access literature, but also the way we write literature. In the above TED talk, “Shake up […]