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Photo courtesy of Voces Oral History Project

Carrascolendas was the brainchild of filmmaker Aida Barrera. It became the first national bilingual television program for children. Premiering in 1970 on PBS, Barrera and the program went on to receive numerous accolades, including an Emmy Award nomination. This event will celebrate Barrera’s many contributions to bilingual education and cultural heritage.

Carrascolendas was the brainchild of filmmaker Aida Barrera. It became the first national bilingual television program for children. Premiering in 1970 on PBS, Barrera and the program went on to receive numerous accolades, including an Emmy Award nomination. This event will celebrate Barrera’s many contributions to bilingual education and cultural heritage.

Carrascolendas was the brainchild of filmmaker Aida Barrera. It became the first national bilingual television program for children. Premiering in 1970 on PBS, Barrera and the program went on to receive numerous accolades, including an Emmy Award nomination. This event will celebrate Barrera’s many contributions to bilingual education and cultural heritage.

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WHERE

The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center
600 River St.
Austin, TX 78701
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-tribute-to-aida-barrera-and-carrascolendas-tickets-57620283820

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