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[Side A] (KPFA: Refleciones de la Raza) Spoken word performance by Chicano/Mission District poet Roberto Vargas. Program about how the opening ceremony of the Mission and 16th Street B.A.R.T. Station, while also talking about how it is gentrifying the Mission District. Spoken word by Elias Hruska y Cortes. [Side B] Refleciones de la Raza: Communicacion Aztlan - spoken word by Elias Hruska y Cortes and Daniel Glesovar. Music performance: "Allende" by Philip Sorrano and the Aztlanettes. News about UFW and Teamsters. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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