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Guadalupe Hidalgo and you

By awoodall
Friday, February 6th, 2009 at 2:36 pm in Fun Stuff to do in Oakland, Night Owl.

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo — signed Feb. 2, 1848 — has a lot to do with Oakland history (start with the Peraltas) as well as the people who populate this city today. The legacy of the treaty that ended the U.S.-Mexico war and handed California to the United States lives on in many ways. So it makes sense that the EastSide Arts Alliance on Saturday is hosting a day of workshops, photo exhibit and performances with the always politically entertaining BRWN BFLO  and others…For more details Includes opening reception for the new photo exhibit “Stop the Raids Now”.
2277 International Blvd. 510-533-6629
4:00pm – Workshops with Gabriel, Prishni, Sergio & Sagnicthe
6:00-9:00pm – Performances by Danza Cuahutanahl, BRWN BFLO, Colectivo, ERROR and many more.

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