Lowrider Culture And Society

Lowrider Car

In an era of social and political turmoil, lowriding emerged both as an artistic style and a statement of resistance. Explore the history and social significance of lowriding with its salient thinkers.

This panel event will feature:

  • Arturo Villarreal, Professor, Evergreen Valley College
  • Denise Sandoval, Professor, Chicana/o Studies, CSU Northridge
  • Mario Madrid, Son of Sonny Madrid (Founder of Lowrider Magazine)

This event occurs in conjunction with the exhibit: Story and King: San José's Lowrider Culture, on display December 15, 2018 through March 31, 2019

Photo Credit: Maria Herrera

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
Room & Floor: 2nd Floor, Room 225

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