36th Annual Xicana Moratorium Day in Oakland

Xicana Moratorium Day

Xicana Moratorium Day


















Xicana Moratorium Day
Xicanas for Third Word Liberation: One Land One Struggle

Save The Date
Sunday, August 30th, 2015
At San Antonio Park in Oakland

5am Sunrise Ceremony
10-5pm Danza Azteca, Festival and Concert

with Duce Eclipse, Mass Bass, La Ceiba, Aguacero, and much more

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!

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.

No Colors No Drugs No Drama

Brought to you by the youth of Coatl Necalli

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