Decolonizing the Classroom

The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) published a blog post last year on decolonizing the classroom. This post aims to get educators thinking about the colonial structures in their classrooms, and about ways to dismantle these systems. Included … Continue Reading »

Public Books Database

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many publishers have made hundreds of their titles available to the public. The Public Books Database aims to catalog all of these offerings into a master list so that items of interest can be easily … Continue Reading »

Tres Cuentos Podcast

Carolina Quiroga-Stultz’s Tres Cuentos Podcast brings diverse stories of Latin American, Caribbean, and US Latinx communities to listeners in podcast form. These stories weave in the history and culture of many different peoples, including Afro-Latinos, Indigenous folks, and New Mexicans. … Continue Reading »

Google Arts & Culture Collections

Google Arts & Culture features content from over 2,000 museums and collections throughout the world. Approximately 60 of these organizations offer exhibits on Latin American, Caribbean, or U.S. Latinx art. Please see below for selected highlights, or follow this link … Continue Reading »

Weekly Resource

Due to the pandemic, we’ve started sending out a weekly email with resources for educators. We’ve decided to add those resources to our ñapa webpage and Twitter feed. We will post a Weekly Resource recommendation each day until we are … Continue Reading »

ICAA Website

The International Center for Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston has launched its new website, which hosts “more than 8,000 primary sources and critical texts that make up the ICAA Documents Project. It also … Continue Reading »