La Raza Chronicles

La Raza Chronicles – September 6, 2011

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Julieta Kusnir’s interview with the spokesperson Maria Jose Calderon of the University California in Berkeley’s solidarity movement with the protesting high school and College student in Chile of the last 3 months. Chilean students are demanding free quality education for all.

Nina Serrano’s conversations with international Bay Area cultural leaders: musicians, MamaCoAtl, and Ana Nitmar who share their songs; and painter/print maker, Calixto Robles speaking about his work; and poet-scholar, Rafael Jesus Rodriquez who reads his poems accompanied by Gerardo Marin on flute.


Lucho Ramirez talks about the upcoming Latino Film Festial opening Sept 10th.


News, music, film, conversation, interview and poetry what could be better? Listen and enjoy!

Lucho Ramirez talks about the upcoming latino Film Festial opening Sept 10th.

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