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"From Outlaw to Laureate: A Bilingual Bio in Photos, Poems, and Performance," November 13, 2019

Carmen Tafolla re-conquers the Alamo, reading at the Alamo

Reciting/performing the bilingual poem, "“Tía Sofía”

"Interview with the Founders of CantoMundo," Writer's Chronicle, May/Summer 2016

Carmen Tafolla with Mexican author , Carlos Fuentes, undated

"1979, Wedding to Ernesto M. Bernal, with whom i vowed to have as non-sexist a marriage as we could manage in this very sexist society. I kept my professional name and he kept his."

"Me, while I was head writer at Sonrisas, nominated for a Peabody, and one of the keynoters at Cine Festival in about 1977, alongside 4 other mujeres latinas activistas in cine."

Front matter for booklet, "Herencia de Oro: Tradiciones Orales de los Mexicoamericanos de San Antonio, Texas"

"In 1972, in the summer ...I even got a tiny part-time salary from Father Edmundo Rodriguez, S.J. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, for collecting the folklore, the songs, verses, and history of the West Side from the elderly residents there."

"In 1972, in the summer ...I even got a tiny part-time salary from Father Edmundo Rodriguez, S.J. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, for collecting the folklore, the songs, verses, and history of the West Side from the elderly residents there."

"A Caracol Fundraiser, in which we gathered poets and singers, including Juan Tejeda, Angela de Hoyos, Max Martinez, Cecilio Garcia Camarillo, Vangie Vigil, Reyes Cardenas and myself, to gather funds to keep Caracol going on its usual shoestring budget."

"Cesar Martinez was also a frequent supporter at these events, but was not part of the program here. Moises Sandoval has to have been the photographer..."

"Cesar Martinez was also a frequent supporter at these events, but was not part of the program here. Moises Sandoval has to have been the photographer..."

"Reyes Cardenas and Cecilio Garcia Camarillo with me," in front of a Westside tortilleria on Martin or Culebra St. , 1976

"Foto by Cesar Martinez, for our first collaborative book (my first book) 'Get Your Tortillas Together.' "

"Foto by Cesar Martinez, for our first collaborative book (my first book) 'Get Your Tortillas Together.' "

"The Chicano Studies Conference in El Paso...and you see me here, the lone ranger Chicana with mainly men at the conference, as far as I could see. This was about 1975."

1967 "My first school experience in a school, Keystone High School, that wasn't 99% Mexican-American. About a year after I had my first En Defensa de mi Raza debate with an anglo classmate."

"I went on to study everything I could about Mexican and Mexican-American history and culture. He went on to become an employee of La Migra in Arizona."

"I went on to study everything I could about Mexican and Mexican-American history and culture. He went on to become an employee of La Migra in Arizona."