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by Jamilah King on February 3 2014, 12:50PM
If you’re not already excited about the film, check out this interview.
by Jorge Rivas on March 14 2013, 11:02AM
Their mission is to learn, share, and practice the beauty, culture and energy of Son Jarocho music for the purpose of building autonomous communities.
by Jorge Rivas on March 11 2013, 2:15PM
YouTube was celebrated as the great equalizer for marginalized groups in the media but the video sharing platform is not that much different than old media.
by Jorge Rivas on March 8 2013, 9:55AM
South by Southwest, the mega-conference for tech, film and music geeks, starts today. Colorlines.com multimedia editor and pop culture blogger Jorge Rivas shares his top picks.
by Jorge Rivas on March 20 2012, 11:04AM
Jorge Rivas brings you a few highlights from SXSW.
by Jorge Rivas on March 14 2012, 1:45PM
The Director of the International Network of Street Papers says the advertising agency behind the homeless hotspot campaign missed the mark on dignity and self-respect.
by Jorge Rivas on March 13 2012, 7:10PM
Throughout the history of South by Southwest Latinos have organized unofficial “meet ups” to convene but after twenty years Latinos finally got an official event at SXSW.
by Rebekah Spicuglia on March 13 2012, 4:00PM
Colorlines.com/NOW blogger Jorge Rivas talks Latinos and social media in interview with Univision News at the First Official SXSW Latino event….
Topics: Colorlines Press
by Jorge Rivas on March 12 2012, 3:30PM
Meet Clarence. He’s homeless and selling wi-fi outside of the bigguest internet innovation conference but doesn’t have access to the internet himself.
by Jorge Rivas on March 12 2012, 12:42PM
Colorlines.com and ColorOfChange.org host meet and greet in Austin!
Wu Tsang’s “Wildness” tells the story of one of Los Angeles’s most iconic bars and how its longtime transgender Latina patrons navigate loss, pride, and gentrification.
by Jorge Rivas on March 6 2012, 4:12PM
Will you be in Austin next week?
by Mischa Geracoulis on March 24 2011, 10:28AM
A new documentary brings the afro-punk band’s politics and personalities to life. Mischa Geracoulis spoke with the filmmakers at South by Southwest.
Whether you’re headed out to Austin or keep track on Twitter, we’ve rounded up the musicians and techies to keep an eye on.
by Jorge Rivas on March 19 2010, 4:02PM
While the digital divide is very real and affects low income and folks of color in negative ways, that doesn’t mean these groups aren’t engaging with emerging social media platforms like Twitter. In a presentation earlier this week at SXSW,…