Jesús Salvador Treviño

Filmmaker; author; advocate for Chicano culture

Filmmaker, author and advocate for Chicano culture and advocacy.

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In ‘El Pueblo,’ producer Mike Schilitt explores the surprising history of Olvera Street – an idealized fantasy of Mexico created in downtown Los Angeles that has supported generations…

El Pueblo

In ‘El Pueblo,’ producer Mike Schilitt explores the surprising history of Olvera Street – an idealized fantasy of Mexico created in downtown Los Angeles that has supported generations…

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