The arts and culture play a vital role in community-building. Join us as four prominent Latinx leaders in the arts and culture discuss how artists and cultural workers helped build up the Latinx community in the 1970s and the continued relevance of Latinx arts and culture today. This is the third in a series of community charlas exploring the roots of the Latinx Community in the 1970s.
Rebecca Medrano, Co-Founder & Executive Director, GALA Theatre
Hugo Medrano, Co-Founder & Producing Artistic Director, GALA Theatre
Carlos Arrien, Muralist & Musician
Sonia Gutiérrez, Community Leader/Organizer & Founder of the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Registration and refreshments will begin promptly at 6pm. Ticket required for entry.
Parking: Discounted parking available at Giant Food parking lot behind theater.
*Se proveerá traducción simultánea al español.
More information about the project
Our community’s histories are important for our present and future. The Carlos Rosario School has received a grant from the Mayor Muriel Bowser's Office on Latino Affairs to launch the “Nuestra Ciudad Project.” The project explores the strategies that leaders like Carlos Rosario and Sonia Gutiérrez, our School’s co-founders, used to make significant gains for the Latino community during the 1970’s.
When: Tue Jul. 24
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Address: 3333 14th St NW
Washington DC,US 20010
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