A gleaming 440-pound bronze and copper bell symbolizing freedom and unity recently finished its long journey from the hands of artisans in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas to the City of San Fernando, where local leaders and community members accepted the bell as a gift from a delegation of Mexican dignitaries during a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day. Enthusiastic cries of “Que viva Mexico!,” “Que viva San Fernando!” and “Que vivan migrantes!” were heard on the grounds of the Casa de Lopez Adobe in San Fernando on Sept. 16, when the commemorative replica of the Mexican liberty bell was…
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CSUN Cinematheque will present the film series, “John Singleton & the Auteurs…
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