Universal Earth Justice Peace Flag and Button

Nina Serrano Interviews Rafael Jesús González Poet Laureate of Berkeley, California creates a symbol for the Grand Vision to Unite Us All: A whole earth (entire, healthy, integral) capable of supporting all life. I had the pleasure of interviewing Rafael Jesús … Continue reading

Maps Lie / Mienten los Mapas, a poem by Rafael Jesús González

Interviewed by Nina Serrano, La Raza Chronicles. Here we are two octogenarians in love with poetry, featuring Maps Lie / Mienten los Mapas, a poem by Rafael Jesús González. Rafael’s words in Spanish and English were never more timely. Rafael Jesús González … Continue reading

Nina Serrano YouTube Channel

Author, Poet, Film Maker, Radio Host/Producer The Nina Serrano YouTube Channel features inspirational videos of her poetry performances, her interviews on theater and culture, and her life in the arts. The channel also offers interviews about her book Nicaragua Way, a romance … Continue reading

Latin History for Morons, A Review by Nina Serrano

Laughing through Tears on La Raza Chronicles, KPFA fm. Click here to listen to Nina Serrano’s Review It was an exciting premiere- an opening night at a local theater, The Berkeley Rep, featuring a Hollywood star, John Leguizamo in a solo … Continue reading

Poet Sandra Garcia Rivera on La Raza Chronicles

Nina Serrano interviews Poet Sandra Garcia Rivera On Tuesday October 7th @ 7pm on La Raza Chronicles/94.1, KPFA fm the poet and musician Sandra Garcia Rivera will read her poetry, sing, and discuss the monthly Lunada poetry series which she … Continue reading

Radio Interview: Traveling While Black

 La Raza Chronicles, 94.1 KPFA-fm, Tues 9/30/14, 7pm Theatre artist Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe will join me on La Raza Chronicles in a conversation about her one-woman show “Traveling While Black”. Written and performed by Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe, it plays at the Brava Theatre in … Continue reading

Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz on La Raza Chronicles 9/23/14

Interview on “Indigenous People’s History of the United States” With Nina Serrano, KPFA 94.1 fm, 7 PM “This may well be the most important US history book you will read in your lifetime. . . . Dunbar Ortiz radically reframes US history, … Continue reading

War Echoes by Ariana E. Vigil

Book Review: Gender, Militarization, US Latina/o Culture Ariana Vigil ‘s book War Echoes: Gender and Militarization in US Latina/o Cultural Production just arrived. It is so exciting for me as I have followed her work for many years.  I am … Continue reading

My Life in Radio

Fifty Years of Radio for the Community My radio work began in 1961 when during my first morning in California, I heard KPFA-FM, 94.1 Free Speech Radio (Pacifica Network) and immediately began producing drama and literature, children’s and public affairs programs. I … Continue reading

How Cuba Leads the World in Permaculture: Part 2

The 11th International Permaculture Convergence and the Antonio Nuñez Jimenez Foundation for Nature and Humanity in Cuba, 2013 Nina Serrano Interviews Roberto Perez about Permaculture in Cuba, Part 2 Roberto Perez reviewed in Part 1 of this two part interview … Continue reading