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Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders will participate for a third year in the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs' Immigrant History Week. We are proud to present an exhibition entitled "Promesas y Esperanzas del Siglo XXI. 'El Gobierno del Cambio' y el Éxodo Mexicano a los Estados Unidos 2000-2006” (Promises and Hopes of the 21st Century: The 'Government of Change' and the Mexican Exodus to the United States 2000-2006). Mexico elected a new government in the year 2000. Despite the promises of "change", during those six years, Mexico experienced an enormous exodus of its citizens to the United States. This exhibition, curated by Enrique Gonzalez Ibarra, Mano a Mano's Director of Community Arts, seeks to portray the artistic responses from both sides of the border to this historic period. All artists are welcome to submit entries for this exhibition. Those wishing to participate in this exhibition should contact Mano a Mano soon to see the specific requirements. Deadline for final submission of work samples is March 31, 2007.

The exhibit will run from April 17 - May 20, 2007. at the International Center in New York, 50 West 23rd Street, 7th Floor (Between 5th & 6th Avenues).
Exhibit Opening: Tuesday, April 17, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Free to the public

Mano a Mano joins the International Center in New York in presenting a screening of the award-winning documentary film Farmingville by Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini about the attempted murder of two Mexican day laborers in suburban Long Island in 2001. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker, labor organizers from the Farmingville migrant community and specialists on immigration and labor.

The film and panel discussion will take place at 7 pm on April 19th at the International Center in New York, 50 West 23rd Street, 7th Floor (Between 5th & 6th Avenues)
Free to the public


For more information: info@manoamano.us , 646 290-6242 or http://www.manoamano.us

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