¿Y Latino Twitter Que?: On Writing, Blogging, Tweeting and Maintaining Digital Intercambios on Latinx issues


The phenomena known as Black Twitter has become a force to be reckoned with in today’s media driven world. Whether it’s calling out White feminists, maintaining a #BlackLivesMatter presence, or exploring Shonda Rhimes’... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Sujey Vega (Arizona State University)
  2. Amelia Montes (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
  3. Jillian Baez (College of Staten Island, CUNY)
  4. David-James Gonzales (University of Southern California)
  5. Urayoan Noel (New York University)

Topic Areas

Community Based Learning and Research , Film/Television/Media , Latinidades , Politics , Social Science--Qualitative , Chicano/a -- Mexican , Puerto Rican


CUL-21 » Roundtable (1:45pm - Saturday, 9th July, San Gabriel)

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