What has the power to register voters (and possibly bring about world peace)?
Tacos, of course.
Playing off a Donald Trump surrogate's famous "taco trucks on every corner" quote, in which the co-founder of Latinos for Trump suggested that leaving immigration unsolved would lead to – gasp! – a taco truck on every corner, the Denver Film Society will partner with ¡DALE!, a voter-registration organization, and Mestizo's Food Truck to bring tacos to a voter-registration drive on Saturday, September 24, at the Sie FilmCenter.
The voter-registration drive coincides with CineLatino, a four-day celebration of Latino film that runs September 22 through September 25. The voter-registration and taco-truck fest will run from noon to 5 p.m., with a free screening of the documentary Willie Velazquez: Your Voice Is Your Vote at 2 p.m.
Find out more at denverfilm.org.
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