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Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 43rd annual Segundo de Febrero Virtual exhibition, which it has produced and presented the annual exhibit since 1978 in an effort to preserve Mexican American history and culture.

This exhibit commemorates the 173rd anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the ending of the U.S. Mexican war, and the redistribution of a border - creating a new bicultural citizenry with a new consciousness of Mexican American dual identity, history, culture, and traditions.

The visual dialog created by the artists - Angelica Mayorga, Raul Servin, Victor Tello, Israel Rico and Robert Wilkens - take inspiration from past and present events, and not only reflect the Chicano/Latino and indigenous identity issues, but also describe the sentiment towards border issues, history, culture, current political events and the lasting effects of the broken treaty.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 43rd annual Segundo de Febrero Virtual exhibition, which it has produced and presented the annual exhibit since 1978 in an effort to preserve Mexican American history and culture.

This exhibit commemorates the 173rd anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the ending of the U.S. Mexican war, and the redistribution of a border - creating a new bicultural citizenry with a new consciousness of Mexican American dual identity, history, culture, and traditions.

The visual dialog created by the artists - Angelica Mayorga, Raul Servin, Victor Tello, Israel Rico and Robert Wilkens - take inspiration from past and present events, and not only reflect the Chicano/Latino and indigenous identity issues, but also describe the sentiment towards border issues, history, culture, current political events and the lasting effects of the broken treaty.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 43rd annual Segundo de Febrero Virtual exhibition, which it has produced and presented the annual exhibit since 1978 in an effort to preserve Mexican American history and culture.

This exhibit commemorates the 173rd anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the ending of the U.S. Mexican war, and the redistribution of a border - creating a new bicultural citizenry with a new consciousness of Mexican American dual identity, history, culture, and traditions.

The visual dialog created by the artists - Angelica Mayorga, Raul Servin, Victor Tello, Israel Rico and Robert Wilkens - take inspiration from past and present events, and not only reflect the Chicano/Latino and indigenous identity issues, but also describe the sentiment towards border issues, history, culture, current political events and the lasting effects of the broken treaty.

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Virtual
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Admission is free.
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