Women Out in Front: How the Community Freed Los Siete de la Raza
Image by Fernando Marti
In May 1969, seven young Latinos from the Mission district were charged with murdering a San Francisco police officer. They became known as Los Siete de la Raza. Hear from the activists who led the fight to free them.
Speakers: Donna Amador, Yolanda Lopez, Judy Drummond
When: April 18th | 11:00am to 12:15pm
Where: Special Collections, J. Paul Leonard Library Room 460
Co-sponsors: Special Collections, Bay Area Television Archive, Race and Resistance Studies, Latina/o Studies
Free and Open to the Public | Wheelchair accessible