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{SPEAKER name="Michael Stone"}
My name is Michael Stone; I'm from Austin, Texas, and the other people up here on the stage with me are either from Texas or Ciudad Juarez
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that is to say the artists and I'm going to ask Mr. Valenzuela to introduce himself in a minute.
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Our theme for discussion for the next 40 minutes or so is murals and lowriders.
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And we're going to be speaking with first of all my immediate right Romy Frias who is a lowrider from El Paso, Texas
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and he's set up right next door here working on some different things that kind of demonstrate what lowriding is all about.
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And then next to Mr. Frias is Carlos Callejo, who is a muralist, El Paso native, spent a long time in, well spent part of his youth in Ciudad Juarez and the latter part of his youth in East Los Angeles
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you know very involved in the Chicano movement in East LA and has been doing murals for a good twenty years now.
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And then next to him is Mr. Alonso Encina who is from Ciudad Juarez representing a group of young people from Juarez called la Sociedad de la Esquina.
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which is a kind of community based organization focused on involving young people in various forms of expressive culture.
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And why don't I let Dr. Valenzuela introduce himself.

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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Valenzuela"}
[[Spanish]] Mi nombre es José Manuel Valenzuela, del Colegio de la Frontera Norte, en Tijuana, México y realizo estudios sobre culturas juveniles.
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{SPEAKER name="Michael Stone"}
Dr. Valenzuela is from the Colegio de la Frontera Norte


Transcription Notes:
Once Spanish is ***transcribed***, all good for Review!! --don't translate!

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