May 17, 2014 - Saturday
7:30am Set-up (Youth Conference, Booths, History Exhibit, Media, Webcast, Breakout rooms) 8:00am
9:00am General Assembly Meeting
10:00pm Registration Tables (Centennial Pre-function)
Member Registration 2.
Delegate Registration 3.
4:00 pm Exhibitor Placements (Centennial Pre-function) 9:00
4:00pm Historical Walk
Salon A (Archives on Loan CSU-Chicano Studies) 9:00am
4:00am Youth Conference Opens - Salon A (Ricardo Reyes- Member Council 3221) Guest Speakers #1 12:00pm - 1:00pm
(Luncheon Meal #3
12:30pm - 12:45pm Youth Leadership Award Presentation 1:00pm
4:00pm Conference Continues
Guest Speakers #1:
VICE; ONE COP’S STORY OF PATROLLING AMERICA’S MOST DANGEROUS CITY
JOHN RICK BAKER
, AUTHOR & RETIRED SGT. COMPTON POLICE OFFICER
Guest Speaker #2: STEVEN J. RIVELLE
, the Academy Award nominated screenwriter of Oliver Stone’s
, and ofWill Smith’s
Rivele is also the author of eight previous books. He lives in Pasadena, California.
Guest Speaker #3:
Luncheon Keynote Speaker, LUIS J. RODRIGUEZ
Candidate for California Governor
From the Los Angeles Review of Books, Daniel Olivas’ interview of Luis J. Rodriguez:
Most of us know Luis J. Rodriguez as the author of poetry, memoir, and fiction
15 books to be exact
best known for the bestselling memoir, Always running, La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A. (Touchstone)
perhaps one of the most censored books in the country.
ELOY TAKE TWO
20 MINUTE DOCUMENTARY Guest Speakers #4: ROBERT OREGEL, FILM MAKER And ELOY TORREZ, ARTIST
Roberto grew up in East Los Angeles. He earned his B. A. from UC Berkeley and both his M. A. in Latin American Studies and his MFA in Film Directing and Production from UCLA. Oregel is an independent filmmaker who has been writing, directing and producing documentary films for 15 years.
Eloy Take Two
(2010), has been screened at several festivals across the country. In this film, Oregel
collaborates with muralist, Eloy Torrez and actor/art collector, Cheech Marin. Eloy’s two most notable
murals are of Anthony Quinn, the twice Academy Award winning actor from East Los Angeles on
Broadway Ave. and at Hollywood High School of Hollywood’s legendary actor stars.
Guest Speakers #5: The 1968 STUDENT WALKOUTS, THE AUGUST 29, 1970 CHICANO MORATORIUM
A joint panel comments on video documentaries depicting events surrounding both historic events sparked the Chicano movement in Los Angeles and the U.S. Rosalio Munoz, Mita Cuaron, John Ortiz, Bobby Lee Verdugo and Al Juarez will be on the panel.
Closed Session: LULAC Youth Council Business