Thank you to everyone who joined us last Sunday for the private, guided tour of the Autry Museum’s La Raza photography exhibit.
La Raza was an influential bilingual newspaper published in Los Angeles from 1967-1977. In it’s pages, journalists documented the defining moments, key players and symbols of Chicano activism.
The exhibit includes approximately 300 photos selected by Autry curator Amy Scott and Luis Garza – one of the photographers whose work is included in the show.
Their insight provided for a truly spectacular evening.
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The exhibit will be open through February 10. For more information, click here.