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Safos Dance Theatre kicks off its new dance concert with a work in memory of the barrio

When choreographer Yvonne Montoya was working on a master's in Mexican-American studies at the UA, professor Lydia Otero hired her to compile oral histories in the community. Otero was researching the destruction of Tucson's oldest Mexican-American barrio in the urban-renewal projects of…

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