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To celebrate the PBS and WKAR Primetime Broadcast of
LATIN MUSIC USA
you are invited to a special preview film screening of
A history of Mexican American music with
RITCHIE VALENS, LITTLE JOE, FREDDIE FENDER, LOS LOBOS, FLACO JIMENEZ,
LINDA RONSTADT, SELENA and LOS TIGRES DEL NORTE
DIRECTED & PRODUCED by
JOHN J. VALADEZ
ABOUT THE SERIES
LATIN MUSIC USA is a primetime four-hour series for PBS exploring Latino music in the United States.
From the Caribbean infused rock of Carlos Santana to the rise of Celia Cruz, from Ritchie Valens and the Chicano sounds of East LA to Linda Ronstadt, Gloria Estefan, Los Lobos, Selena Quintanilla and many others, the series reveals how Latinos redefining the American experience.
This event is a collaboration between WKAR, the College of COMMUNICATION ARTS & SCIENCES, the Department of MEDIA & INFORMATION, the FILM STUDIES Program, The CHICANO/LATINO STUDIES Program, the JULIAN SAMORA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, and the COLLEGE ASSISTANCE MIGRANT PROGRAM
THURSDAY APRIL 13th
6:30pm – Reception
LIVE CONJUNTO MUSIC
FREE BUFFET/TACO BAR
7:00pm – Screening
MSU Communication Arts & Sciences Bldg.
404 Wilson Road, East Lansing
Media Auditorium Room 145
Followed by a Q & A with Peabody Award winning filmmaker John J. Valadez
– FREE PARKING –
in the adjacent Trowbridge Road Parking ramp
1149 Red Cedar Road, East Lansing 48824
THE CHICANO WAVE was made in association with WGBH/Boston. Funding was provided by The National Endowment for the Arts, Latino Public Broadcasting, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and viewers like you. Thank You.