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Sat July 19, 2014
The International District Live!
A four square-mile area in Albuquerque's Southeast Heights, the "International District," is home to recent immigrants from Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America, along with a sizable Hispanic community and the city's largest concentration of Native Americans. New Mexico poet Valerie Martínez and artists from the local non-profit organization Littleglobe have been working with members of the District since 2011 on a variety of community storytelling projects. The public is invited to view those projects, along with performances, exhibitions and other events, at locations all around the International District during "ID LIVE!," July 25, 26 and 27.