The purpose of this group is primarily one of promoting and educating the UCLA community and the greater Los Angeles area about Mexican traditions and culture. Our motto is: “No experience necessary.”
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Bichir’s performance is a beating heart in itself, and is the key to making the other characters sympathetic, rather than simply focusing on the political message.
UCLA holds its first Reel Politik Film Festival
Drug wars in Mexico cause Mexican middle class migration
A call for us to hold the police accountable to their actions
Second-generation Latinos move away from being devoted to culturally Catholic
Despite the criticisms of the movement, people are coming together through diversity for a different future.
On the road to driving privileges despite legal status
UCLA student struggles to establish legitimacy in the United States
Grupo Folklórico de UCLA is a student club recognized for its celebrations honoring the Mexican culture through a Mexican traditional dance widely known as Ballet Folklorico.