BOOM+ Toolbox: Volume One

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This volume includes eight of the best short stories penned by the wotkshop participants.

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World Video Premiere of Cucurrucucú Paloma by Magos Herrera and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Minería

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Filmed in isolation at the iconic UNESCO world heritage Santuario de Atotonilco in San Miguel de Allende.

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Dolores Huerta Writing Contest: Walk it, Like I talk it

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Honoring one of the most influential Hispanic labor activists and a leader of the Chicano civil rights movement, Dolores Huerta

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Writing Tacos: Creative Writing Workshop with Carlos José Pérez Sámano

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Five-session Creative Writing Workshop instructed by Mexican writer and poet, including recipe demonstrations by Enrique Quiroz.

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DC Environmental Film Festival: What Happened to the Bees?

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The documentary explores how the planting of monocultures threatens the health and environment of Mayan beekeeping in Mexico.

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Ibero-American Film Showcase with Female Perspectives: Retreat

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Celebrating International Women’s Day during Women’s History Month.

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Charla virtual: Iturbide y las Tres Garantías

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Conmemorando los 200 años de la promulgación del Plan de Iguala

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Vicente Guerrero: Afrodescendencia en la vida pública

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190 aniversario luctuoso de este personaje crucial para la Independencia de México, quien luchó por la abolición de la esclavitud

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Redes (The Wave) – Bridges to the World International Film Festival

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In terms of cinematic and musical history, Redes (The Wave) is a monumental — if perhaps unfamiliar — piece of art.

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BOOM+ TOOLBOX II: Creative Writing Short Story Workshop

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To write, first you need to learn to dream

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Playlist: A Mexican Portrait

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This music selection evokes and celebrate the street parades and traditional Oaxacan processions known as Calendas.

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Hojas de Otoño: Margo Glantz

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Conversación a la distancia en compañía de Sandra M. Cypess, Núria Vilanova y Juan Díaz

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José Emilio Pacheco: In His Own Words

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Join Ambassador Martha Bárcena, Sandra M. Cypess and Ignacio Sánchez-Prado for a conversation on José Emilio Pacheco’s work

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Hojas de Otoño: Juan Villoro

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Conversación a la distancia en compañía de Ryan Long, Mariana Reyes y Cecilia Battauz.

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Films Across Borders: Stories of Resilience and Hope 2020 featuring Kings of Nowhere

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One of the most critically acclaimed Mexican films of the last decade.

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Day of the Dead Altar 2020

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Join to our all virtual experience: The Journey through the Mictlán

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A Mexican Portrait by Martha Gabriela Driessen

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Photo exhibition that explores the identity of Mexican people through candid moments of their everyday life

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Screening of Fandango at the Wall and panel with the filmmaker

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A powerful reminder of music’s ability to bridge cultural barriers

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