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Chicano Movement Shorts Program

 
 
Sun, Mar 18, 2018
  • 2PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 92min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $15
MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4 and above)
+  Q&A with Rick Tejada-Flores (director of Si Se Puede) following the screening.
 
 
 
 
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Q&A
Q&A with Rick Tejada-Flores (director of Si Se Puede) following the screening.

 
I Am Joaquin

Dir. Luis Valdez
1969, 20min, DCP

 

El Teatro Campesino—the theatrical group founded by Luis Valdez in conjunction with César Chávez's United Farm Workers—adapt the eponymous poem, a paean to Mexican-American identity that became a rallying cry of the Chicano Movement.

Print Courtesy Academy Film Archive

 
La Raza Unida

Dir. Jesús Salvador Treviño
1972, 27min, Digital

 

A chronicle of the first national convention of La Raza Unida, the grassroots political party established to advance Chicano rights.

 
 
 
Si Se Puede

Dir. Rick Tejada-Flores
1972, 45min, Digital

 

This stirring account of political protest documents a 24-day hunger strike by César Chávez in support of Chicano farm workers' right to strike.

 
 
 
 
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