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Agustin Lira: A Voice of Change

Agustin Lira: A Voice for Change BY PAULINA CRUZ APRIL 1, 2022 UPDATED APRIL 1, 2022 FILED UNDER: ARTS & CULTURE   Looking at the world …

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Who is Responsible?

    One of the songs that we will be performing for our up-coming play “Who is Responsible? The Immigrant Crisis at the Southern Border” written …

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Agustin Lira CD Release

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2016/06/26/18788155 http://khsu.org/post/social-justice-through-music-and-theater Visit our website “Store” to purchase our CD’s.  http://www.folkways.si.edu/sneak-preview-songs-of-hope-struggle-by-agustin-lira-and-alma http://www.festival.si.edu/ralph-rinzler-memorial-concert/smithsonian http://www.festival.si.edu/blog/2015/day-5-top-t http://www.festival.si.edu/blog/2015/la-marcha-no-ha-terminado-honoring-california-farmworkers/ Agustín Lira, a Mexican American activist, has long embraced the values …

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Articulo Univision

TEATRO Pareja de Fresno lleva casi 50 años juntos en las tablas y en la lucha: “El teatro es como un rifle no violento” Agustín …

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Smithsonian Folkways “Quihubo Raza”

“Quihubo, Raza” by Agustín Lira and Alma from Songs of Struggle & Hope Smithsonian Folkways Smithsonian Folkways presents Songs of Struggle & Hope, featuring songs …

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Why Every Filipino-American Should Know About Larry Itliong

  July 3, 2019 | Gayle Romasanta | Comments In the late 1970s, my family and I lived in an apartment on South San Joaquin Street in Little …

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