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A Book Published in Japan Captures Mexican Pilsen in the 90’s

A Book Published in Japan Captures Mexican Pilsen in the 90’s »

The Pilsen neighborhood was undeniably Mexican for the larger part of the 20th century, but it would be difficult to understand the scope

NPR’s Maria Hinojosa Talks Pilsen, Gentrification and Becoming a Citizen

NPR’s Maria Hinojosa Talks Pilsen, Gentrification and Becoming a Citizen »

In an in-depth phone interview with Chicago Voz, Mexican-American journalist Maria Hinojosa opened up about growing up in Chicago and her involvement with Casa Aztlan

18 on 18th Street: Salvador Torres

18 on 18th Street: Salvador Torres »

Welcome to Chicago Voz’ inaugural 18 on 18th Street, an annual series that profiles 18 people from the Pilsen community. This series will

18 on 18th Street: Magda Ofelia Ramírez

18 on 18th Street: Magda Ofelia Ramírez »

Welcome to Chicago Voz’ inaugural 18 on 18th Street, an annual series that profiles 18 people from the Pilsen community. This series will

18 on 18th Street: Father Charles Dahm, O.P.

18 on 18th Street: Father Charles Dahm, O.P. »

Welcome to Chicago Voz’ inaugural 18 on 18th Street, an annual series that profiles 18 people from the Pilsen community. This series will

Get to Know Rudy Lozano — Namesake of Pilsen’s Public Library

Get to Know Rudy Lozano — Namesake of Pilsen’s Public Library »

Editor’s Note: This post was authored by a student who recently spent time in Pilsen as part of the Associated Colleges of the