La Raza Chronicles

La Raza Chronicles – October 6, 2015

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Producer Lou Dematteis, Latino drag performer Lulu Ramirez and author Alejandro Murguía at the Esta Noche nightclub during the filming of SFNoir on July 19, 2012. The Esta Noche is now closed, a victim of the changing demographics of the Mission District.
Producer Lou Dematteis, Latino drag performer Lulu Ramirez and author Alejandro Murguía at the Esta Noche nightclub during the filming of SFNoir on July 19, 2012. The Esta Noche is now closed, a victim of the changing demographics of the Mission District.

Tonight’s program features: the economic crisis in Puerto Rico; A report back on the Tribunal of Conscience about the Human Rights in Mexico with poet, Rafael Jesus Gonzalez; A a message of solidarity to the parents of the 43 disappeared Mexican students in Spanish by Munia Abu Jamal; and an interview with filmmaker Lou Dematteis about “El Other Barrio,” a noir film shot in San Francisco featuring a fictional housing inspector investigating suspicious fires in the Mission district, who finds himself face to face with corruption in City hall. We include a calendar of upcoming Latino themed events y musica.

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