Latinx Heritage Month 2020

October 15th at 6:30PM
Chicanas, Politics, and the Chicano Movement
Una plática con Rosie Castro y Antonia Castañeda

Sponsored by the Mexico, the Americas, and Spain (MAS) Program, Trinity U. Latino Association (TULA), International Studies, Global Latinx Studies, and Dr. Norma Cantú, Norine R. and T. Frank Murchison Distinguished Professor of the Humanities

 

PAST EVENTS:
 

September 15th at 6:30PM
Stolen Education: A discussion with Dr. Enrique Alemán
Dr. Alemán's documentary tells the story of eight Mexican American schoolchildren who changed educational history in Texas by testifying in a federal desegregation court case after they were discriminatorily placed in the first grade for three years.
**Please note: the documentary, Stolen Education, is available to view for free for anyone with a Trinity ID.  Otherwise, it can be viewed on Kanopy as well as Amazon Prime (for a small rental fee).

September 24th at 6:30PM
Comida para el Corazón: Cooking from Home Latinx Edition
Students will learn new Latin American recipes and share a meal through a virtual cooking lesson

October 7th at 5:30PM
Afrolatinidades: Identities and Creative Activism
Writers and Activists, Ariana Brown, Mayra Santos Febres, and Alan Pelaez-Lopez will share their experiences as Afrolatinos, how the Afrolatino community negotiates with mestizaje, and how to be
sure the community is heard.

Thursday, October 15 at 6:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Humanities, International Engagement

Audience

Students, Faculty and Staff, Alumni, Open to the Public, Parents

Type

Lecture, Webinar

Alumni

Free Events

Cost

free

Department
International Studies, MAS: Mexico, The Americas, and Spain
Questions?

Contact Elseke Membreño-Zenteno (emembren@trinity.edu) if you have any questions.

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