A Song for Cesar: Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion

On May 4, DePaul is hosting a free virtual screening of a wonderful new documentary called A Song for Cesar, and on May 5 (Cinco de Mayo), there will be a follow-up virtual panel discussion to discuss both the film and the relation between the arts and social justice.  

In addition to the two movie directors, the panelists will include civil rights icon Dolores Huerta, Davíd Carrasco (Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of Latin America at Harvard University), John Phillip Santos (Distinguished Senior Lecturer at UT San Antonio and the first Mexican-American Rhodes Scholar), Manuela Gomez (award-winning and socially-engaged philosophy professor), and Ryan Christopher Jones (NYT photojournalist and anthropologist).  

Click here to register.

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