Sir Doug Sahm, Flaco Jimenez, Augie Meyers, Freddy Fender, and the rest of the Texas Tornadoes remind us that despite all the pendejos in charge, don’t mess with Texas.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum writes:
Artist Lalo Alcaraz created the striking digital portrait “I Stand with Emma” of Emma González after watching the high school senior advocate for stronger gun control in an impassioned speech days after surviving the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
The PEACOCK star has some learning for you.
Feliz Chanukah from POCHO and the Hip Hop Hoodíos!
Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, begins at sunset Thursday night and lasts eight days: Ocho noches means Ocho Kandelikas.
The Jewish festival of Hanukkah חנוכה starts Thursday night, so Hebrew hermanos Jaquann and Luis prepare potato latkes (pancakes) one of the season’s signature treats. (Totally NSFW adult language.)
American children of immigrants are all the same when it comes to dealing with Thanksgiving.
Y digamos: “Amén.”
The Pilgrims, after all, were boat people fleeing religious oppression, ordinary families seeking freedom in a new land. But no one expects the Algonquin Migra. [Video by the 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors.]
POCHO Jefe-in-Chief Lalo Alcaraz is back with new election posters/yard signs you can download, print, and display — in English y Español tambien.
Linda Ronstadt‘s family is from the Sonora Desert — on both sides of the border.
Former nice Jewish boy and current White House official Stephen Miller coagulates coordinates Trump’s bloody anti-immigrant message and policies.
This begs the musical question: What would Miller rap about if he were a self-hating Mexican and not a self-hating Jew?
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This 1.9 MB PDF file is suitable for printing your own lawn sign, yard sign, bumper sticker, and/or political poster. FYI, typical lawn signs are 18″ X 24″.
TRUMP 200,000 is © 2020 POCHO Jefe-in-Chief Lalo Alcaraz and reproduced here with his permission. You are free to download and print this PDF, but please do not modify Lalo’s artwork. ¡Adelante, siempre adelante!
Jovita Idár, a Mexican American activist and journalist (1885-1946), helped organize the first Mexican American civil rights conference in 1911 to address racism, lynching, and dismal educational opportunities for Mexican American children.
The Jewish High Holiday of Rosh HaShanah, which marks 5781 years since the Creation of the World, starts tomorrow, Friday, at sundown.
Happy New Year y Shanah Tovah tambien.
For singer-songwriter Nancy Sanchez — brought to the United Estates as a babe-in-arms — this election is personal.
PS: She’s not a creep.
It’s Labor Day Weekend!
Happy Labor Day Weekend!
Sing along with the music that celebrates the ordinary working people who keep this country — and the world — in business: 9 to 5 from Dolly Parton, Look for the Union Label, Workin’ in a Coal Mine, This Land Is Your Land, and Solidarity Forever.
Sometimes homies Los Lobos sound like they are John Cougar Mellencamp’s or Tom Petty’s brothers from another mother. This is one of those times. These all-American stars sing all-American stories, like One Time, One Night in America. Respect.
Mira los lyrics:
Do you know the history of Juneteenth?
Schoolhouse Rock and The Roots explain. (From black-ish, Season 4.)
The complete I am a slave song:
POCHO Jefe-in-Chief Lalo Alcaraz tells our friend Abelardo de La Pena, Jr. (LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes) what it’s like to be named a finalist for the uber-prestigious Pulitzer Prize, discusses his childhood growing up on the border, and his mission to put Latinos on TV and the big screen.
Enjoy the Internacional, the world-wide (Get it? It’s international!) anthem of those commie cabrones in Russia and Cuba and Venezuela and China and North Korea (and lurking in secretive anti-lockdown cells here in the Homeland but the lamestream media won’t tell you that).
Today, May 1, is May Day AKA International Workers’ Day, when the comrades sing this stirring appeal, with its hummable melody and a vague vision of making the future great again that’s hard to disagree with, except maybe the LUCHA FINAL aspect.