CESAR CHAVEZ MOVIE
He's one of the most significant Latino figures in U.S. history, and now the first movie about Cesar Chavez and his fight for civil rights is about to hit theaters. Starring Michael Peña, America Ferrera, and Rosario Dawson. Directed by Diego Luna.
New generations are adopting Cesar Chavez's message of service to others and non-violence while continuing the fight for human rights.
The 21st Annual "March for Justice" honoring Cesar Chavez
March 30, 2014, 11 a.m.
15174 San Fernando Mission Boulevard,
Mission Hills, CA
For more information call: (818) 837-2272
For more information on "The Valley in the Struggle" documentary, visit: www.startnowstudios.com or http://thevalleyinthestruggle.com
ARTIST IGNACIO GOMEZ
Ignacio Gomez captured the voice of his generation with paintings that became symbols of empowerment throughout Latino neighborhoods. The Chicano artist is widely-recognized for his iconic "Zoot Suit" painting and was also commissioned for important monuments to Cesar Chavez.
BAR AMA RESTAURANT
Downtown L.A.'s dining scene just got a bit more interesting, thanks to Chef Josef Centeno and his gourmet Tex-Mex at Bar Ama.
118 W 4th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
"Frida Kahlo, Her Photos" is a rare look at the personal life of the most famous Mexican female artist through her private photos. They're on display at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) until June 8, 2014.
TIERRA MIA COFFEE HOUSE
Vista L.A. discovered an undeniably authentic coffee house in Los Angeles. Tierra Mia is grounded in Latino culture and prides itself in providing high-quality coffee from Central and South America.
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