(NOTE: I've inserted links to my published interviews where applicable.)

Arte / Art (Updated: 2 February 2010)
ALCARAZ, Lalo. Cartoonist. http://www.gocomics.com/laloalcaraz/, http://www.myspace.com/laloalcaraz
Chicano-Art-Life (Cheech Marin). http://www.chicano-art-life.com/index2.html
Crewest Gallery, L.A., CA. Man One is the gallery director. http://www.crewest.com/ (graffiti or aerosol art)
DE BATUC, Alfredo. Los Angeles, CA. http://www.debatuc.com
DIAZ, Melissa. http://preciousmiseries.com/, interview LLA 2005
Digital Chicano Art. Department of Special Collections, University of California, Santa Barbara, archives. http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll/collections/cema/digitalChicanoArt.html
DOMINGUEZ, Richard. El Gato Negro comic. http://www.myspace.com/richard_dominguez, founder of comic-book art studio Azteca Productions http://www.myspace.com/aztecaproductions

Galería de la Raza, San Francisco, CA (est. 1970). http://galeriadelaraza.org
GAMBOA, Harry, Jr. Co-founder of ASCO (1972-1987). http://www.harrygamboajr.com
GARCIA, Luis-Genaro. Art educator. http://eternalarte.com
GARCIA, Ricardo L. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Storyteller & educator.
GIMENES, Ricardo. Graphic designer who has worked in Brazil, Japan, and Europe. http://www.ricardogimenes.com, Project: Behind the Websites http://www.ricardogimenes.com/blog
GONZALES, Edward. AAHHE's Outstanding Latino/a Cultural Arts Award (2006). http://www.edwardgonzales.com/index.htm
GUERRERO, Zarco. Mask maker & multimedia artist; has studied in Japan, Bali, and Mexico. http://www.zarkmask.com/, interview LLA 2006
HEREDIA, David. Graphic designer of multicultural art. http://www.herediadesigns.com/index.html
HERNANDEZ, Javier. El Muerto comic.
http://www.elmuerto.com
http://www.myspace.com/javier_hernandez
Interview ST 2005, Interview LLA 2004
HERNANDEZ, Sergio. Los Angeles, CA. http://www.chicanarteyque.com
HUANTE, Carlos. Monster character designer. http://www.carloshuanteart.com, interview ST 2006, artbook review ST 2006

LOPEZ, Alma. Los Angeles, CA. http://www.almalopez.net/, http://chicanas.com/alma.html ("Our Lady" controversy in 2001)
LUJAN, Gilberto "Magu." Mental Menudo talk forums. http://magulandia.com/index.htm
MONTOYA, José. Poet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3%A9_Montoya, UC Santa Barbara archives guide to his papers (1969-2001)
MONTOYA, Malaquias. http://malaquiasmontoya.com/ "[O]ne of the founders of the social serigraphy movement in the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid-1960's."
NICANDRO, Glugio "Gronk." Muralist & performance artist. http://www.myspace.com/gronkie, http://www.fantasyarts.net/gronk_bio.html

OCHOA, Victor Orozco. Muralist. http://www.myspace.com/chicanozauruz, interview BC 1992
SEJA, Ruben. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ruben-seja/7/9a6/b0b, interview LLA 2006
Sleepy Lagoon, L.A., CA. Placa archive. http://www.sleepylagoon.com
VALDEZ, Rosa M. Photography lens-based art. http://rosamvaldez.blogspot.com
VALLEN, Mark. Los Angeles, CA. http://www.markvallen.com, http://www.art-for-a-change.com
XISPAS.com: Chicano art, culture, and politics. Link is to Xicano Artists Gallery. http://xispas.com/art/artists/artists.htm


Librerías / Bookstores (Updated: 2 February 2010)
Arte Público Press, Univ. of Houston, TX (est. 1979). "[L]argest & most established pub. of contemporary & recovered literature by U.S. Hispanic authors." http://www.arte.uh.edu
Bilingual Review Press, Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (est. 1973). "[P]ublishes literary works, scholarship, and art books by or about U.S. Hispanics." http://www.asu.edu/brp
Calaca Press, San Diego, CA (est. 1997). "[D]edicated to publishing and producing unknown, emerging, and established progressive Chicano and Latino voices." http://www.calacapress.com
Cultural Latina Bookstore, Long Beach, CA. "Dedicated to excellence in Latino literature." http://culturalatina.com
Espresso Mi Cultura, Hollywood, CA (est. 1998). "[F]eatures a full gourmet coffee bar, community art gallery and bookstore featuring titles about or by Latinos/as and Latin & Indigenous America." http://www.espressomicultura.com
Libreria Martinez Books & Art, Santa Ana, CA. "[A] full-service bookstore specializing in Latino literature in English and in Spanish." http://www.latinobooks.com
"Ph.D. Reading List: Chicano/a Literature," University of New Mexico. http://www.unm.edu/~english/resources/documents/pdf/Chicano-a%20Literature.pdf

Combating Racism (Updated: 2 February 2010)
Race, Racism, & the Law: Hispanic (Latino) Americans. African-American law professor Vernellia Randall's site, The University of Dayton, Dayton, OH. http://academic.udayton.edu/race/01race/hislatam.htm

Historia & Noticias / History & News (Updated: 3 February 2010)
El Andar Magazine. http://www.elandar.com
"Are Chicanos the same as Mexicans?" http://www.azteca.net/aztec/chicano.html
ARELLANO, Gustavo. Journalist. http://www.myspace.com/ocwab, http://ronmaydon.blogspot.com (2005 blog)
BrownPride.com, a project of Digital Aztlan, Fullerton, CA. (est. 1997). http://www.brownpride.com
Center for Latin American Studies, University of California, Berkeley. http://www.clas.berkeley.edu
The Center of Latin American Studies, University of Kansas, Lawrence (est. 1959). http://www2.ku.edu/~latamst
Chicana/o Website Pathfinder. http://atm-info.com/pathsubjects.php
Digital Aztlan, Fullerton, CA. (est. 1997). Multimedia co. http://www.digitalaztlan.com/default.asp
EGARC (Ernesto Galarza Applied Research Center), University of California, Riverside. http://www.clnet.ucla.edu/EGARC/index.html
GESTOS: Revista de teoría y práctica de teatro hispánico, University of California, Irvine. http://www.hnet.uci.edu/GESTOS
Hispanic Heritage, Gale Cengage Learning. Biographies, timeline, holidays. http://www.galegroup.com/free_resources/chh
"A History of Mexican Americans in California: The Chicano Movement." http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/5views/5views5e.htm
La Bloga: Chicano Literature. http://labloga.blogspot.com
Latin Heat Online: News and Entertainment. http://www.latinheat.com
¡LatinoLA!: "Latino voices, lives and souls." http://www.latinola.com
Somos Primos: "Dedicated to Hispanic Heritage and Diversity Issues." http://www.somosprimos.com
TRPI (The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute), University of Southern California. Think tank. http://www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/research/centers/trpi.html
ZNet Latin America Watch: "The Spirit of Resistance Lives." http://www.zmag.org/znet/places/Latin+America

Películas / Movies (Updated: 3 February 2010)
Aztlan Film Institute's Top 100 List, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California, Los Angeles. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/press/Media/Top100List.asp
Cervantes Center of Arts & Letters (est. 2002), http://www.cervantescenter.org
Chicanos/Latinos in the Movies. University of California, Berkeley, holdings. http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/LatinoBib.html
LALIFF (Latino International Film Institute), Los Angeles, CA. http://www.latinofilm.org
Media Arts Center San Diego: "Changing lives through film," San Diego, CA. http://www.mediaartscenter.org
San Diego Latino Film Festival, San Diego, CA. http://www.sdlatinofilm.com

Organizaciones / Organizations (Updated: 9 February 2010)
AHA (Association of Hispanic Arts), NYC, NY (est. 1975). http://www.latinoarts.org
Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc., Tempe, AZ (est. 1984). Golden Age Spanish theatre. http://www.comedias.org
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Sacramento, CA. http://www.cahcc.com
El Centro Cultural de Mexico, Santa Ana, CA. http://www.el-centro.org
Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA), NYC, NY (est. 1975). http://hellohola.org
Latino Arts Network (LAN) of California, Pasadena, CA (est. 1997). http://www.latinoarts.net
LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), Washington, DC (est. 1929). "[L]argest & oldest Hispanic civil rights organization." http://www.lulac.org
MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana), San Jose, CA (est. 1989). http://www.maclaarte.org/main
MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund), L.A., CA (est. 1968). http://www.maldef.org
MANA, Washington, DC (est. 1974). Latina organization. http://www.hermana.org
MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán) (est. 1969). "La unión hace la fuerza. (Unity is strength.)" Student organization. http://www.nationalmecha.org
National Latina Business Women's Association (NLBWA), L.A., CA. http://nlbwa.org
NCLR (National Council of La Raza), Washington, DC (est. 1968). "The largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States, NCLR works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans." http://www.nclr.org
Nosotros: The Next Generation, Hollywood, CA (founded by Ricardo Montalbán, est. 1970). http://nosotros.org
Plaza de la Raza, L.A., CA. Cultural center. http://www.plazadelaraza.org
Self Help Graphics & Art, L.A., CA (est. 1970s). http://www.selfhelpgraphics.com
SOL (Spanish in Our Libraries) and PLUS (Public Libraries Using Spanish). http://www.sol-plus.net
Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP): Su Voto Es Su Voz (Your Vote Is Your Voice). http://www.svrep.org
UFW (United Farm Workers of America), Keene, CA (est. 1962). http://www.ufw.org
Women's Institute of Negotiation, L.A., CA. http://womennegotiationinstitute.com

Radio (Updated: 20 March 2010)
La Raza 97.9 FM, Los Angeles, CA. http://www.979laraza.com


Teatro / Theatre

California Teatros (Updated: 18 March 2010)
Breath of Fire Latina Ensemble, Santa Ana, CA. http://www.myspace.com/boft
Chicano Secret Service, L.A., CA. Comedy troupe. (Status: retired.) http://www.myspace.com/xicanosecretservice
Chusma, Sylmar, CA (est. 1997). http://www.chusma.com
Culture Clash, L.A., CA (est. May 5, 1984). Comedy troupe. http://www.cultureclash.com
East Los Angeles Repertory Theatre Co., L.A., CA. http://www.eastlarep.com
Latino Theater Company, L.A., CA, est. 1985. Artistic dir. Jose Luis Valenzuela. http://thelatc.org/about/latino-theater-company
Royal Chicano Air Force (1973-1988). UC Santa Barbara archives. http://cemaweb.library.ucsb.edu/rcaf_toc.html
Teatro Campesino (The Farmworker's Theatre), San Juan Bautista, CA (est. 1965). http://www.elteatrocampesino.com
Teatro Espejo, Cal State Sacramento. http://www.csus.edu/dram/teatro.html
Teatro Esperanza (The Theatre of Hope), San Francisco, CA (est. 1970). (business listing)
Teatro Sabor, San Francisco, CA. http://www.teatrosabor.com
Teatro Visión, San Jose, CA (est. 1984). http://www.teatrovision.org

Other Teatros (Updated: 18 March 2010)
El Centro Su Teatro, Denver, CO (est. 1971). http://www.suteatro.org
La Compañia de Teatro de Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM (est. 1977). (business listing)
GALA Hispanic Theatre, Washington, D.C. (est. 1976). http://www.galatheatre.org
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX (est. 1980). http://www.guadalupeculturalarts.org
INTAR Theatre, NYC, NY. http://www.intartheatre.org
Latino Chicago Theatre Co. Chicago, IL. (Status: retired?) (info tab)
Latino Experimental Fantastic Theater (L.E.F.T.), New York, NY (est. 1994). http://www.lefttheater.org
Salsation Theatre Co., NFP, Chicago, IL (est. 1998). Comedy troupe. http://www.salsation.com
Teatro Dallas, Dallas, TX (est. 1985). http://web2.airmail.net/teatro
Teatro del Pueblo, St. Paul, MN (est. 1992). http://www.teatrodelpueblo.org
Teatro Humanidad, Austin, TX (est. 1996). http://www.teatrohumanidad.com
Teatro Luna, Chicago, IL (est. June 2000). http://www.teatroluna.org
Teatro Nuevo México, Albuquerque, NM (est. 2003). http://www.teatronm.com
Teatro Paraguas, Santa Fe, NM (est. 2004). http://teatroparaguas.org/home/index.php
Teatro Vista, Chicago, IL (est. 1989). http://www.teatrovista.org

(Spanish-language only) (Updated: 18 March 2010)
Dramaturgos del Peru (Peruvian Playwrights). http://dramaturgosdelperu.blogspot.com
The Latino Experimental Theatre Co. (LETC), Chicago, IL. http://www.arteenchicago.com/letc/letcweb/letchome.html.htm
The Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre (El Teatro Rodante Puertorriqueño) (est. 1967). http://www.prtt.org
Repertorio Espanol/Spanish Theatre Repertory, NYC, NY (est. 1968). http://www/repertorio.org
Teatro Gayumba (of the Dominican Republic), Miami, FL. (info paragraph)
Thalia Spanish Theatre, Sunnyside, NY (dedicated to promotion of zarzuela; est. 1977). http://www.queensnewyork.com/cultural/thalia/thalia.html

Directors (Updated: 18 March 2010)
ALVARADO, Elisa Marina, Teatro Visión, San Jose, CA. http://teatrovision.org/teatrohome/?page_id=19
HUERTA, Jorge, UC San Diego. http://www-theatre.ucsd.edu/people/faculty/JorgeHuerta
PICKETT, Manuel, Cal State Sacramento. http://www.csus.edu/dram/bio.html#manuelpickett
VALENZUELA, Jose Luis, UCLA. http://www.chavez.ucla.edu/valenzuela.htm

Performers (Updated: 18 March 2010)
BELTRAN, Robert. http://www.robertbeltran.com
BUSTAMANTE, Nao. Performance artist. http://www.naobustamante.com
FUSCO, Coco. Performance artist. http://www.thing.net/~cocofusco
GAMBOA, Harry, Jr. Performance artist. http://www.harrygamboajr.com/home.html
GÓMEZ-PEÑA, Guillermo. Performance artist. La Pocha Nostra, multidisc. arts org. http://www.pochanostra.com, http://riceinfo.rice.edu/projects/CyberVato (w/James Luna & Roberto Sifuentes), http://www.levity.com/corduroy/pena.htm, my review of The Year of the White Bear: Take One (1992 UCI performance art event)
OLMOS, Edward James. http://www.edwardjamesolmos.com
ONTIVEROS, Lupe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lupe_Ontiveros
PLANA, Tony. http://www.tonyplana.com

Playwrights (Updated: 18 March 2010)
CONBOY, Roy. http://theatre.sfsu.edu/faculty/100/roy-conboy
GONZALEZ-S[CHERER], Silvia. http://www.silviagonzalezs.com/site/index.php?section=1, papers at University of Texas, Austin, interview LLA 2004
LOPEZ, Josefina. http://www.josefinalopez.com
MACHADO, Eduardo. Cuban.http://www.intartheatre.org/eduardo_bio.htm
MORAGA, Cherríe. http://www.cherriemoraga.com
MORTON, Carlos, UC Santa Barbara. http://research.ucsb.edu/ccs/morton.html, interview LLA 2004
SOLIS, Octavio. http://www.newdramatists.org/octavio_solis.htm, http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsS/solis-octavio.html

Other Theatre-related Links (Updated: 18 March 2010)
Back Stage: The Complete Online Performing Arts Resource. http://www.backstage.com
Brava! for Women in the Arts. http://www.brava.org
Chicano/Latino Theatre Program, Cal. State Sacramento. http://www.csus.edu/dram/teatro.html
Doollee. Playwrights database. http://www.doollee.com
New Dramatists: Oldest nonprofit for playwrights. http://www.newdramatists.org/ndhome.htm
The WWW Virtual Library, Theatre and Drama. http://vl-theatre.com