sandra cisneros

"I was trying to find a way to place a woman in her place of power when she’s following her camino.”
Pioneering Latina writer Sandra Cisneros’ The House on Mango Street, today, is required reading material for many high school
Hurricane season is approaching (June 1-November 30)! I remember growing up in Virginia at a time when every hurricane was named for a woman. I thought it would be fun to use the names of some significant hurricanes matched to a significant woman from U.S. history with the same first name.
I often travel through the Chicago O'Hare airport which triggered thoughts about women from Illinois and their contributions through history.
To celebrate the success of Harper Lee's previous and anticipated novels, let's discover other women authors through history. Match the woman with her accomplishment.
On this episode of Cafecito, we are joined by celebrated author, educator and activist Sandra Cisneros. The proud Chicana
By Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante Defend freedom of speech & critical thinking. Write Poems. My parents picked crops. I pick
Ever wonder what songs might define Latina literary giant Sandra Cisneros? Now you can find out. The critically acclaimed
HP: Where do you like to read? SC: I have this little couch, and it's too small to stretch out on, but it's small enough
What is your vision? Really relax and think about this -- visualize it. What kind of business or organization are you building? How much money do you plan to make? Who is your ideal customer? Who do you want to work with?
I went into the 2012 National Council of La Raza Annual Conference in Las Vegas, eyes, ears and heart wide open to receive the kind of inspiration that leads to action, and I was haunted knowing that Sandra Cisneros was going to be a part of one of the workshops.
In honor of National Poetry Month, we want to remember some of our favorite poets -- pioneers who experimented with their