Andar por los Senderos de Nuestra America

A Cultural, Social and Political Photographic Essay of Latin America

ISBN: 978-1-7923-1309-7
By: Ugalde, Carlos


Professor, activist and photographer, Carlos Ugalde's personal Latin American photo essay captures people's cultural, social and political struggle for human dignity, respect, social justice and the right of sovereignty and self-determination. Portraits convey the human mosaic of the Indo-Afro-European region. Children, workers, women, religion, music, and dance, social movements, masses clamouring for a better world, historical moments and personalities gives a unique testimony and insight to "Our Latin America" as Jose Marti once referred to. Book is bilingual in English and in Spanish.


Carlos Ugalde

Carlos Ugalde is originally from Matehuala, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. (b. 1944) Received his B.A. at UCLA and Masters in Latin American Studies at CSULA Latin American Studies Center. Taught for 29 years at Glendale Community College, California. Activist in Latin American and Third World solidarity.