This film recounts Alicia Barrera's life growing up in rural Chile and the dramatic trun the lives of all Chileans took on September 11, 1973. With her husband wounded the day of the coup, and later imprisoned and tortured by the Pinochet regime, Barrera's story unfolds as one common, yet often untold, experience lived by thousands of women who suffered, struggled and persevered.
Lo Que Me Toco' Vivir/The Life I Got to Live
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 7:00pm
Aug. 2 day titled “Buggy Bug,” that will allow ages...Read more
Ashland University’s Environmental Studies Center located at the AU Black...Read more
All Ashland University students, regardless of major, are invited to...Read more
All Ashland University Music majors and minors are asked to...Read more