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In this riveting play directed by Tanya Saracho, four Latina women trek the desert toward the American dream. On their way they push the limits of their physical and emotional endurance, and they establish profound yet fragile connections with each other through the magical storytelling of the youngest of them, an indigenous woman from Chiapas. This special free performance will be followed by a post-show panel featuring Tania Unzueta and others.
This performance is free, but registration is required. Register now, as seats are limited.
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Tania Unzueta is the co-founder of the Immigrant Youth Justice League, a Chicago-based organization working for immigrant rights through education, resource-gathering and mobilization. She has also served as Assistant General Manager of 90.5FM WRTE Radio Arte Chicago, a bilingual public radio station. She hosts a weekly Spanish-language radio show “Sin Papeles” (Without Papers). She is currently a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Latin American and Latino Studies Program.