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October 2020

October 29
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

October 30
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

October 31
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 2020

November 1
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 2
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 3
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 4
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 5
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 6
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

November 7
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2020

Free

OaxaCAlifornia: Online Exhibition

Oaxacan migration has had a large impact on local culture. As a result, it is said that California is also Oaxacalifornia; this term describes a binational culture, a region both real due to the large migrant population, but also imagined. It transcends territorial and national divisions and describes not only a continuous flow of people, but also a network of symbols, and of a culture constantly reinventing itself, secured by strong networks of solidarity and belonging.

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