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PastForward Reading List: Connections

We are continuing our annual reading lists leading up to PastForward 2017. As always, they present curated videos, articles, and projects that we hope will spark discussions in Chicago come November 14–17. Register for the conference today! Through the Connections theme we will continue...

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PastForward 2016: preservationVOICES

Recorded on November 18 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session built on conversations begun at PastForward 2015 . Panelists discussed the role historic sites play in racial healing and social and environmental justice, exploring how places can help us uncover and tell the...


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[Video] PastForward 2016: preservationVOICES

Recorded on November 18 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session built on conversations begun at PastForward 2015 . Panelists discussed the role historic sites play in racial healing and social and environmental justice, exploring how places can help us uncover and tell the full...

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PastForward Preview: John Valadez, Award-Winning Documentary Director

John Valadez is a Peabody Award–winning filmmaker who has written and directed a dozen nationally broadcast documentary films for PBS over the past 18 years. Valadez’s films have tackled such diverse subjects as the unlawful imprisonment of a Black Panther Party leader; Latino gangs...

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Training Video: Este Lugar Vale - Preservation 101

From churches to casitas and from panaderias to dance halls, Latino culture is an important part of our country’s story. Yet the very sites that tell these stories are often unknown, ignored, and unappreciated. But communities can take steps to protect these cultural resources, especially...


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Recordando la Resolana: The American Latino Heritage Theme Study

By Estevan Rael-Gálvez, Ph.D. Editor’s note: Last week the National Park Service released the “ American Latinos and the Making of the United States: A Theme Study ,” which focuses on the contributions of Latinos to our national heritage and culture. Essays by nationally recognized...

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Conversaciones to Launch a Latino/Hispanic Initiative

The National Trust for Historic Preservation has now hosted four conversaciones with Latinos and Hispanics across the country—in New York City (at El Museo del Barrio), Los Angeles (El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument), New Mexico (National Hispanic Cultural Center), and Austin ...