Plaza de la Raza: In the heart of East Los Angeles, Plaza de la Raza Cultural Center for the Arts and Education is the only multidisciplinary cultural arts center for Latinos in Los Angeles.
The Robert Valadez Art Gallery: Roberto Valadez is a painter and muralist active for almost two decades. He debuted in the contemporary Chicago mural art scene in 1979 while in high school.
Virtual Forum of Mexican Culture: Electronic Publication dedicated to the diffusion of Art, Culture and Mexican History. (Available in both english y en español.)
Casa Mexicana: Folk Art and Fine Art of Mexico. Included are: La Virgen de Guadalupe, Day of the Dead, Christmas in Mexico, and Frida Kahlo.
Chicano Mexicano Mexica Empowerment Committee : (CMMEC) An education non-profit organization founded in 1993 that promotes the history, identity, heritage and complete and independent empowerment of those Indigenous people who identify themselves as Mexican, Chicano, Mexicano, Central American, and "Southwest Native American".
The Azteca Web Page: Contains information about Mexicans, Chicanos, and/or Mexican-Americans. However, everyone is welcome and encouraged to read this information.
El Mercado: Latino Cultural Center and Marketplace. Incldes shopping, a community bulletin board, magazines, music, arts, literature food and events.
Latina Magazine: A Magazine with today's LATINA in mind. The website also includes additional information not found in the magazine.
Hispanic (& Moderna) Magazines: HISPANIC Online offers chat rooms, message boards and news, events, and issues of interest to the Latino community based on HISPANIC Magazine, a monthly for and about Latinos with a national circulation of 250,000 and a readership of more than 1 million.
NCLR: The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization established in 1968 to reduce poverty and discrimination, and improve life opportunities for Hispanic Americans.
CHCI: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, established in 1978. Its objective is developing the next generation of Latino leadership.
Telenovelas: The name says it all. (Spanish for: Soap Operas.)
Institue for Puerto Rican Policy: The information service on Puerto Rican issues. This includes information about its current activites and publications.
Boricua Homepage: This site is dedicated to Boricuas on the Internet. Check out the graphics!
El Salvador Homepage: Learn about El Salvador. Includes top tourist attractions, travel guidebook, music, map, general information, economic data, and a bunch of other stuff.
The Cuban American National Foundation: An independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the re-establishment of freedom and democracy in Cuba. The Foundation supports the principles of: respect for human rights; freedom of thought and expression; freedom of religion; the right of the people to freely elect their government; the right to private property; free enterprise; and economic prosperity with social justice.
Latino Net Pages: A Latino Cyberspace Community...EVEN MORE LINKS!!