Rompe El Alba
This bio-film profiles the life of Pedro Gonzalez, the first Mexican radio show host. Gonzalez, who immigrated to the U.S. in 1928, became a target for racism after he became an important political activist in the 1930's. He was most influential among the residents of East L.A. who began to threaten the racist District Attorney. He ended up being falsely accused of rape. Sandra Brennan, Rovi
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- Format: DVD
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- Publisher: Vanguard Cinema
- UPC: 658769444438