Where Did We Sit on the Bus?

 

Released November 13

Run Time: 80 minutes

by Brian Quijada
directed by Matt Dickson
a digital creation by Satya Chávez and Matt Dickson

During a lesson on Rosa Parks, a Latinx kid begins searching for her own people’s place in American history. Performed by a dynamic actress/singer/musician, and infused with a mix of rap, hip-hop, and spoken word, this energetic exploration delves into the experience of growing up in an immigrant family and finding identity in making art.

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Advisory: Contains some language.

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