An Evening with Dr. Jesus ‘Chuy’ Negrete: Images of Mexican Labor and Women (10/9/15) at Northwestern University

Mexican Corridos

Mexican Corridos


7:00pm, Norris Lake Room, Friday 10/9.

With guitar and harmonica, Dr. Negrete uses poetic song, corridos (running verse ballads) and slides to give an authentic perspective on Mexican and Mexican-American history, which includes songs and images of Mexican labor in the U.S. and the vital role of mothers, workers, revolutionaries, artists and other women across the sweep of Mexican-American history.

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