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Saturday, May 24 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Chicano Stories: Life Through Borders

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With Raul Sanchez and Jacque Larrainzar

Raúl comes from a place south where the sun shines fiercely. He is a Translator, who occasionally volunteers as a DJ. His inaugural collection "All Our Brown-Skinned Angels" was nominated for the Washington State Book Award in Poetry for 2013 and is one of the twelve 2014 Jack Straw Writers. 

From 1999 to 2001 Jacque performed with the only Cuban Charanga Orchestra in the Noth West: Charanga Yerbabuena. As a musician she has performed with Lalo Guerrero, Pete Sieger, Richard Egues, and many other internationally known Musicians.  Her music is part of the Smithsonian’s “Woodie Gutrie: Music of Protest in the Americas Collection,” FolkLife, and EMP.  She has been included in the encyclopedia of popular music, and the “who’s who: American Women’s Dictionary. 

Saturday May 24, 2014 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Center Theatre

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