A panel discussion with the women of the Raza Unida Party. In a discussion about the Chicano right movements of the '60s and '70s, women are often overlooked. This panel will feature four women who were instrumental in bringing about political change to Texas and US.
Experience a lively engaging evening with the film's executive producer/author of the book, Adan Medrano, and guest panelists. Reception, book signing, comments from academic and community leaders as well as a panel discussion will round out the evening.
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