Daniel Salcido is an event coordinator for the Beyond Chicanismo Oral History Project at Metropolitan State College of Denver’s Department of Chicana/o Studies as well as a double major in Political Science and Chicana/o Studies.
His writings have appeared in the Beyond Chicaismo Oral History Projects’ two student-produced books titled “The Symbols of Resistance” and “The Struggle for La Sierra,” as well as in Turning The Tide: Journal of Anti-Racist Action, Research and Education.
His interests include internal and decolonizing paradigms, popular and critical/radical educational pedagogies, and revolutionary nationalist movements for self-determination.
Finally, he is a Mexicano grassroots community activist, educator, and organizer with Resistencia Mexicana, Al Frente de Lucha and the Tierra Amarilla Youth Leadership Institute.
Check out Daniel Salcido as he presents on ‘Settler Imperialism and Stolen Lands’ during the 2012 Art of Social Justice Conference.