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According to Windy City Times, Amador passed away last Thursday of cancer–”her greatest legacy was the impact she had on children and families in the Pilsen community.” Amador was a staff member at Mujeres Latinas en Accion and founding member of Amigas Latinas.
Finally, I’m counting down for the next Proyecto Latina on Monday, October 18th.
Running is her passion and in addition to family and work commitments, in the last year she carved out time to train for today. In 2010 I was honored to partake in hours of collaboration with the wonderful El Stitch y Bitch for the creation of a knitted and crocheted altar dedicated to our crafty ancestors.
She’s definitely inspired me to indulge in my own artistic interests, set some goals and pursue some creative marathons of my own–these also happen to align with an ongoing dialogue I’ve been having recently with Diana and Coya about creative goals for 2011. The groups collaboration is the cover story of the November issue of Cafe–the story is not linkable yet so if you want to read it you have to pick up a hard copy of the magazine.
I usually find a free copy at Pilsen restaurants and/or cafe’s.
I was pleasantly surprised to see another Proyecto Latina favorite, Monique Frausto in that issue, she’s part of a story about Latinos reconnecting with their language and heritage.
The room was packed with 2,000 women from all walks of life and there was such a wonderful buzz of excitement.
During the speeches, a bird made it into the dining area. Another person that inspired me this week was a former student of Irasema’s. She told us with a beaming smile that she has graduated school and was attending college.
Kansas City poet, Linda Rodriguez will be sharing poetry and a piece title, I’ve gotten a sneak peek at the work she is sharing and I have to tell you its going to be a special treat. I leave you with a first in a series of short films, a project by Proyecto Latina friend and fellow artist extraordinaire, Ricardo Gamboa–who is always on creative marathons.