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Article about Francisco Coca, musician and activist, and his family, 1988


Francisco Coca “brings decades of tradition,” playing guitar and singing at Cinco de Mayo festivities in Pueblo’s Bessemer Park. From Aguilar, he performs with his wife and children, as La Familia Coca, doing a mixture of “old timers,” including songs from the Mexican Revolution of 1910, and contemporary songs like “Campesino” (farm workers) and “Learn to Read,” from the Nicaraguan revolution.

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