DePaul University Newsline > Sections > DeBuzz > DePaul to host two-part event highlighting 'A Song for Cesar'
By Rachel Wojnicki /
April 25, 2022 /
Posted in: DEBUZZ /
Next month, DePaul will host a virtual two-part event highlighting the documentary, “A Song for Cesar." All are welcome to register for and attend the free, live-stream screening on May 4 and panel discussion on May 5.
“A Song for Cesar" presents a unique view of the life and legacy of Cesar Chavez, and explores the socially-engaged music and art of the United Farm Workers Movement. The panel discussion on May 5 will focus on the use of the arts to promote social justice. Panelists include:
Chris Tirres, a Vincent de Paul Professor of Religious Studies and the Inaugural Endowed Professor of Diplomacy and Interreligious Engagement in DePaul's Grace School of Applied Diplomacy, will moderate the panel discussion.
Screening of “A Song for Cesar" Wednesday, May 4 7 – 9 p.m. Online
Panel discussion Thursday, May 5 4:20 p.m. Online Registration for the two-part event is available online. The program is sponsored by DePaul's Center for Religion, Culture and Community, the Center for Latino Research and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity.