Viewpoints: Latin America in Photographs
The geography, people, and rich culture of Latin America have long inspired photographers to capture visually their experiences and impressions. Their photographs, in turn, entice viewers to marvel at that which is foreign or to reminisce about the familiar. Viewpoints: Latin America in Photographs exhibits over 100 images from the 1860s through the present. Presented in parallel trajectories, the photographs trace the perceptions of foreigners and locals and offer insight into varying cultural perspectives. The exhibition, drawn exclusively from the Library’s immense Photography Collection, is the first devoted solely to the subject of Latin America.
im a senior in high school in Arizona and that other ask was talking about Bill 2120, which would have expanded AZ's ethnic studies ban from HB 2281 to public universities/community colleges. There was a lot of backlash (especially from educators and students) and tbh it's not a law that I've ever seen enforced. I mean the bill sucks but there's so many Hispanic students here idk how it would ever actually work lol AZ teachers don't give a shit about those laws in my experience