All posts tagged voting rights
Posted by willielightning on October 2, 2012
The team met with noted voting rights lawyer Rolando Rios from San Antonio (who has an office down the street) and I spoke with Joaquin Avila (MacArthur Fellow and law professor) in Seattle. Rolando told us stories about the lawsuits, the cases, and how everything seemed to change overnight.
Photo credit: Life Magazine
Posted by willielightning on June 21, 2012
One day something happened that Willie would never forget.
It had rained again. That morning, Willie decided he would discover what caused the flooding once and for all. “Vamonos!” He told Rudy. “Adventure!”
The night before, the drums in his head wouldn’t stop.
He just had to know where the flooding began.
His mother let him go. Once Willie started on something there was no stopping him. They took some tacos and a rope just in case they found something interesting to bring home.
Excerpt from The boy made of lightning@2012
Posted by willielightning on May 3, 2012
Today we have our first look at the sketches from Artist Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez. Together with Author Barbara Renaud Gonzalez the two work to shape the illustrations to the words in Barbara’s story. In addition we begin to understand how the images will flow with interactive programming for “The boy made of Lightning”
Posted by willielightning on February 25, 2012