Oakland Xicana Moratorium Day event
Added to the calendar on Friday Aug 22nd, 2014 7:28 PM
5am Sunrise Ceremony
10-12pm Danza Azteca hosted by Grupo Cuauhtonal
12-5pm Festival and Concert
Join us for another year of commemorating one of the largest historical anti war protest to come out of the Chicano movement - August 29th, 1970.
44 years later we are fighting a war at home.
The Struggle to defend Land and to fight for Dignity of our people still continues!
Nuestros Barrios No Se Venden, Se Defienden!
Displace Gentrification, Not Our Hoods
Join us for another year with a FREE CONCERT at the PARK.
Powerful speakers, Community Resources, Vendors, Arts, Food, Live Art, Activities for Kids, and off course live MUSIC, y mucho mas.
Opening Danza Azteca hosted by Grupo Cuauhtonal
Opening Prayer by All Nation Drummers
Speakers; CURYJ, All of Us or None, Poor Magazine, 67 Suenos, Justice for Alex Nieto Committee, POWER, Causa Justa Just Cause, and much more
Performances by; Rey Lara, Ron San Miguel, Almas Fronterizas, Quebradita by Kreadores, Ballet Folklorico, Esaí Aguilar, La Ceiba Cumbia Band, DJ Kali Aztlan, and much more…
SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, August 31st, 2014
San Antonio Park in Oakland (on Foothill between 16th Ave. and 18th Ave.)
No Colors No Drugs No Drama
Brought to you by the youth of Coatl Necalli