VOCES on PBS

Presented by PBS SoCaL, "VOCES on PBS" is an arts and culture documentary series that explores the diversity of the Latino cultural experience. Segments include profiles of female rodeo riders gearing up for the National Charro Championships in Mexico; interviews with three architects responsible for creating Cuba's National Art Schools; and the pros and cons of being a Latina actress in Hollywood. The series is produced by Latino Public Broadcasting.

Schedule

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    VOCES on PBS: TVSS: Iconic

    VOCES on PBS

    Adios Amor -- The Search for Maria Moreno

    Saturday
    Oct 2

    1 Hour

    The discovery of photographs renews interest in the disappearance of labor organizer Maria Moreno.
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    VOCES on PBS: TVSS: Iconic

    VOCES on PBS

    Adios Amor -- The Search for Maria Moreno

    Sunday
    Oct 3

    1 Hour

    The discovery of photographs renews interest in the disappearance of labor organizer Maria Moreno.
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    VOCES on PBS: TVSS: Iconic

    VOCES on PBS

    The Pushouts

    Sunday
    Oct 3

    50 Minutes

    Professor and author Dr. Victor Rios reunites with his mentor, Martin Flores, to help students at the YO! Watts YouthSource Center in Los Angeles.
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    VOCES on PBS: TVSS: Iconic

    VOCES on PBS

    Adios Amor -- The Search for Maria Moreno

    Sunday
    Oct 10

    1 Hour

    The discovery of photographs renews interest in the disappearance of labor organizer Maria Moreno.
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    VOCES on PBS: TVSS: Iconic

    VOCES on PBS

    Porvenir, Texas

    Sunday
    Oct 10

    1 Hour

    Civilian casualties along the Texas border from 1910-1920, including the execution of 15 Mexican men on Jan. 28, 1918, in Porvenir, Texas.

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