Rescheduled: Bayou City Policing History Harvest Day, June 1st, 10 am to 2 pm

Collective of Progressive Educators (COPE) invites you to come share your stories at the Bayou City Policing – History Harvest Day at the Leonel J. Castillo Community Center on June 1st, 10 am to 2 pm.

This History Harvest aims to collect stories and artifacts about the historical relationship between Mexican American/Latinx communities and the Houston Police Department. Our hope is to collect stories that emphasize instances of conflict and cooperation. 

In partnership with the Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage, the Collective of Progressive Educators (COPE), and Mario A. Salinas at the Leonel Castillo Community Center, we are inviting la gente de Houston to come and share your stories and experiences. the door is open to the community, activists, students, educators, archivists, researchers, advocates, and law enforcement.  We will also be screening Raúlrsalinas and the Poetry of Liberation Documentary Film followed by a Q&A with the Austin-based filmmakers. 

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