Us: Poetry by Dr. Luisa A. Igloria

  Letter, Fumbling Around in the Dark Again “They can be like the sun, words. They can do for the heart what light can for a field.” — St. John of the Cross Dear fellow pilgrim, today the road seems… Continue Reading


Us: Building inclusive communities in 2018 amid a time of division

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS Because we see deep division and language that has fueled a rise in hateful harassment — even violence — The Independent News posed a question to community leaders, writers and artists.  What can we do in the… Continue Reading


AVE: A prose poem by Luisa A. Igloria

AVE No one ever sees these moving confessionals while easing into the stream of traffic, windows rolled up: body enveloped in metal, safety-strapped into its seat, ferrying itself from one small destination to another. Chip of mica, bronzed, pearled: early… Continue Reading