Virtual Paseo Por El Westside 2021: Nuestros Abuelos, Nuestros Maestros

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The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center invites you to a virtual Paseo por el Westside, a historic and cultural preservation community gathering in honor of Historic Preservation Month. This year’s theme Nuestros Abuelos, Nuestros Maestros seeks to recognize our elders and teachers within our community, who will share valuable information about cultural practices and traditions. We will also have an exciting performance by Las Tesoros de San Antonio and Mariachi Esperanza. This virtual event will begin on Monday, May 17 and end on Wednesday May 28, live on the Esperanza Facebook and YouTube pages.

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