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OC Barrio Symposium

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Orange County Barrio History Symposium

Organized by the Mexican American Heritage and Cultural Center of Orange County

The Mexican American Heritage & Cultural Center of Orange County presents a full day of Orange County barrio history!

Keynote speaker Judge Fredrick Aguirre

Panel presentations by

  • Rosemary Vazquez-Tuthill: painter and daughter of Chicano muralist Emigdio Vazquez

  • @Chicanoism: using Instagram to document barrio street life

  • @Latinx_Diasopora Archives: using Instagram to connect Latinx narratives across the diaspora

  • Marisa Hicks-Alcaraz: curator, archivista, feminista

  • Atwood Mural Restoration Project

  • Mary Garcia, author of "Santa Ana's Logan Barrio: Its History, Stories, and Families"

  • Paul Guzman on the History of the Cypress Street Barrio in Orange

  • Luis F. Fernandez on the Doss v Bernal Housing discrimination case.

  • M. Guadalupe Espinoza, Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for the MAHCC of OC on the illegal forced deportation of American citizens of Mexican descent in the 1930s

Additional table presentations from

  • Harvey Reyes, with historic OC barrio photography

  • CSUF Digital Humanities graduate students on Santa Ana murals

Thank you to Kilson Street for recording!

Earlier Event: June 17
SAGE: Workshop #2