If we could write the most relevant events that happen every day, it would be a compendium of experiences that would not only be shared with potential readers, but are an introspective glimpse into the soul of the person who writes it; because reliving those magical moments, written from the perspective of different emotions that bathed heart and thought in those moments, allowed the concatenation and rescue of precise words to describe them to emerge.
Last Wednesday, August 27 of this year, the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh became the scene of a unique and emotional event directed by the Consul General of Mexico, Claudia Velasco Osorio: the presentation of the book "El Arte. Espejo de an Immigrant. Story of Cornelio Campos", written by María del Refugio Sandoval Olivas, affectionately known as Cuquis Sandoval. This book combines the richness of the narrative with the chronicle of a life marked by migration and a passion for art.
Last Tuesday, September 26, 2023, an event took place that marked a milestone in the exploration of migration, identity and the power of art as a cultural bridge. Latin Magazine in collaboration with The Nasher Museum (Museum of Art...
This event is a special collaboration with "Mi Gente", the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) and the Nasher Museum (Museum of Art at Duke University), highlighting the impact and relevance of this work in the multicultural sphere. We are pleased to announce the presentation of a book that captures the essence of a life marked by migration and the deep passion for art. "Art. Mirror of an Immigrant. History of Cornelio Campos" is a work written by María del Refugio Sandoval Olivas and published by Revista Latina, which combines the richness of narrative with the chronicle of an extraordinary life.
Being in the right place and with the right people is climbing a step towards the top of the purposes and objectives that we set throughout our existence. When I was invited to participate as a columnist in Revista Latina NC I was filled with pride and satisfaction, because my letters would have a broader showcase to be read by the Hispanic community and because of the significance of my incipient path as a writer, but I never imagined the shelter, fraternity and love that he would find in its leaders, Edgar Bernal and Citlali Ceballos, founders of Revista Latina.
'The Art – Mirror of an Immigrant – Story of Cornelio Campos', told by its protagonist and embodied in words by Cuquis Sandoval, more than a universal literary work, it is the best and largest of the murals by this artist, who is presented singularly:
"I am Cornelio Campos, born in Cherán, Michoacán, of Purepecha blood; my profession is to be a painter of murals; I have been integrated into the culture of the United States for a few yesterdays, I live in North Carolina, a city full of history and that has been my home and high point as an artist."
"Art. Mirror of an Immigrant. Story of Cornelio Campos". This book combines the richness of the narrative with the chronicle of a life marked by migration and a passion for art. In the pages of this work, María del Refugio Sandoval Olivas immerses us in the life and work of Cornelio Campos, an immigrant whose physical features and cultural heritage are intertwined with the history of his people. Through a captivating narrative, the author takes us on an introspective journey that explores identity and adaptation to a new culture.
Two specific dates are recorded in the enclosure that keeps his home (1928-2023), this data allows us to calculate the years lived, far from being able to glimpse the planting and harvest that was taking place over more than nine decades of existence. .
Like the commemoration of all celebrations in the world, Father's Day has its genesis in an idea of one or more people and a specific context. In 1910, a woman from the state of Washington, who was raised by her father along with five brothers, proposes the day of her father's birthday "June 5", to pay tribute to this figure, as a tribute to the dedication, love and care provided to their children; it is until 1924 when President Calvin Coolidge declares it a national celebration, spending seventy-two years to become nationalized (1996), being in the presidency Lyndon Johnson, who was in charge of it being stipulated in the national anniversaries for the third Sunday of June.
I resort to epistolary writing, because many times, I cannot verbally express so many memories minted in thought, which I consider necessary for you to know. Time goes by so quickly, in the blink of an eye you, my little children, left the nest and began your own flight; that is the wheel of life, my grandchildren are in this continuous process of development and one day they will also begin their journey away from home...
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.