“A Celebration of the Chicano Culture 2022”

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Dancers from “Nuestras Raices” group perform a ‘jarocho’ song from Veracruz, Mexico, closing a week of events for “A Celebration of Chicano Culture 2022”, at the Marsee auditorium, in Torrance, Calif., on Wed. May 18, 2022. (Alexis Ponce/The Union)

Nuestras Raices Dance Group, at The Marsee Auditorium, during the celebration of “A Chicano Celebration Culture 2022”. (Photo: Alexis Ponce/The Union)
A couple from “Nuestras Raices” Dance Troup, perform “La Bamba”, a mexican folk song from the State of Veracruz, Mexico. In the “Celebration of Chicano Culture 2022” at the Marsee Auditorium, in Torrance, Calif., on Wed. May 18, 2022. This was a free admission event to celebrate the pride of Chicanos in the U.S.(Alexis Ponce?The Union)
Nuestras Raices Dance Group, at The Marsee Auditorium, during the celebration of “A Chicano Celebration Culture 2022”. (Photo: Alexis Ponce/The Union)
Dancers from “Nuestras Raices” group perform a ‘jarocho’ song from Veracruz, Mexico, closing a week of events for “A Celebration of Chicano Culture 2022”, at the Marsee auditorium, in Torrance, Calif., on Wed. May 18, 2022. (Alexis Ponce/The Union)
Playing the arpa, a member of the “Family Herrera Group”, perform a “Jarocho Style” song. During the event “A Celebration to Chicano Culture 2022” at the Marsee Auditorium, in Torrance, Calif., on Wed. May 18, 2022. “Jarocho Music” is originally from Veracruz, Mexico. (Alexis Ponce/The Union)