TRULY TEXAS MEXICAN

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Aspen Film, in partnership with Voces Unidas de las Montañas, Present:


TRULY TEXAS MEXICAN Conversation:
Native American roots of Texas Mexican cuisine, feminism and cultural resistance

 

LIVESTREAM begins at 6 pm MT on March 3

Price is $10.

 

This LIVE event will feature clips from the film TRULY TEXAS MEXICAN and be a guided panel discussion examining the themes highlighted in this extraordinary documentary.

 

The evening will begin with a salsa-making demo led by Chef Adán Medrano and progress into an in-depth conversation about the role women and food play in the history, memory and culture of South Texas.

 

A text chat will be available for viewers to ask questions of the panelists during the LIVESTREAM.

 

There will also be a live Spanish language interpreter during the event.

 

Panel guests:
Chef, Author & Filmmaker, Adán Medrano
Retired Associate Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Mario Montaño
Voces Unidas Co-Founder & Executive Director, Alex Sánchez
Voces Unidas Board Chair, Blanca Uzeta O’Leary

 

Moderated by:
Voces Unidas Program Coordinator, Jasmin Ramirez

 

This livestream will NOT include a full viewing of the film. We suggest you view the film prior to this event, but all are welcome to join the conversation even if you have not yet watched it.

 

The TRULY TEXAS MEXICAN film will be available to stream beginning on March 1, 2021 on these platforms:

Amazon
Apple TV
Google TV

ADÁN MEDRANO

Chef, Autor, Filmmaker

ALEX SÁNCHEZ

Co-Founder and Executive Director, Voces Unidas

BLANCA UZETA O’LEARY

Board Chair, Voces Unidas

Dr. MARIO MONTAÑO

Retired Associate Professor of Anthropology,

Colorado Mountain College

JASMIN RAMIREZ

Program Coordinator, Voces Unidas