Long before maquiladoras and transnational migrations, there were pampinos who worked mines owned by American companies in Latin America. Their lives are inspirations, their toils directions of where the spirit can survive. Atacama Poems offers reminders of the importance of fulfilling dreams and remembering those who made them possible. A multi-generational family album, where voices carry like echoes.
Author: Tamara Johnson
Just steps away from sponsored fun runs, endurance challenges, and ultra-marathons, in Tamara Johnson’s Not Far From Normal, San Diego’s hidden residents play games of survival side-by-side with official city …$ 13.95 Add to cart
Author: Donald H. Harrison
The life of Louis Rose, who came to San Diego in 1850 and helped shape the city’s government, development, and planning. Click here to watch a Sunbelt Spotlight Lecture …$ 19.95 Add to cart