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FRESNO—CAMINOS Lecture Series: Radio Bilingüe

FRESNO—Join a lecture at the Arte Américas exhibition CAMINOS shining a spotlight on the development of Radio Bilingüe from its early inception in the late 1970s, its launch in 1980, its Mariachi and Tejano festivals, to the network of satellite stations today. Director Hugo Morales, together with the staff and …

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FRESNO—CAMINOS Lecture Series: Joaquin Murrieta

FRESNO—The spirit of Joaquin Murrieta haunts the Early American period and persists today. Join author Humberto Garza for his retelling of the Joaquín story, Juanita Orozco, Eliseo Gamino and members of the Asociación de Charros to share the history of the annual Cabalgata, trek to Three Rocks to commemorate this …

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SAN FRANCISCO—CHINATOWN RISING at New People Cinema

This marvelous and inspirational film weaves together never-been-seen photographs and archival footage to chronicle key Chinatown community leaders who started an activist movement during 1960s, and today’s battles for social justice and equality. 

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