Frequently Asked Questions:


If you have a story to tell, if you have material to share, please complete  the following.




E mail






Subject matter





(include dates)


Copyright free.



Audio or video recordings



Additional information




Copy and send the information via e mail to

Mexican American Digital History Project.  Campd22702@gmail.com


Thank you for your story.



A guide to collecting digital histories is here. http://live-mukurtu-005.gotpantheon.com/node/922

The project will be open sourced using Creative Commons licensing.

The general guidelines for writing and production are the guidelines for writing and posting used by Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Five_pillars

Note: the exception. Submissions will not have to adopt a neutral point of view.

Anyone may submit an electronic  paper, an essay, a document fitting these guidelines.

We will not use open editing as per the Wikipedia experience. All papers must be edited prior to submission.

We recommend that persons planning to write a paper or to submit an essay check with the editorial committee in advance.  We may already have a piece on this topic in preparation.

All documents should be submitted in MS word.  If you intend to submit in some other format, discuss your proposal with the project director first. 

Our goal is to unleash the collective wisdom of members of the progressive community using social media tools and the web as interactive tools. We encourage readers to consider what is written here as a starting point for further development.

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 All material posted on these pages, with the exception of photos marked as copyrighted,   is governed by the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0  License. If you believe that material covered by a copyright has been posted without permission, please contact us. 

We are currently  seeking  fact based histories of the following:
El Concillio de Sacramento
Manuel Feralles
Mexican American media
            El  Progresso,  El Hispano, Univision, radio,
Our Lady of Guadalupe
            Fr. Keith Kenny,  Guadalupe Center
Washington Neighborhood Center
Zapatista Solidarity Committee