Discover the powerful connection of Latinos to our oceans. This short documentary film follows four Latinos across the United States through a multi-generational perspective as they explore their relationship to the ocean and their culture, discovering their role in protecting and preserving both.
Watch our first Hispanic Access brand film and learn more about the history of our organization and Maite Arce's journey in creating Hispanic Access.
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Launched in 2021, Latino Advocacy Week is meant to help build the capacity and familiarity among Latinos to advocate for themselves, their families, and their community. In 2023, we hosted events which included discussions surrounding workforce development, access to nature, and immigration.
Inspired by the poem “I Am Joaquin” by Chicano poet Corky Gonzales, this unique film "I AM CHEO" tells the story of a young boy named Cheo who, from the sights and smells of his abuela’s kitchen, takes a sweeping cinematic journey across the lands that are both his history and his future.
Land, Water y Comunidad explores the relationship Latinos across the nation have with Land and Water Conservation Fund sites – what it means to them, how they enjoy them and the impact it would have if these lands weren’t available.
The Colorado River is the backbone of the West. The film Milk & Honey explores the intriguing relationship between the Latino community in Yuma, Arizona and this important waterway.