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LATINX HERITAGE MONTH 2020 EVENTS
Check out some of the events hosted by the RHC and other UWM partners in celebration of Latinx Heritage Month. It might have looked a bit different this year, the celebration of our heritage was just as big!
Brown Bag Series: Golden Edition Ft. Dr. Enrique E. Figueroa:
- Tuesday, November 17th, 2020
- Join us as we continue to recognize the services provided to students in our 50 years of programming. Former Director of the RHC, Dr. Enrique E. Figueroa, will speak on the Latino Nonprofit Leadership Program (LNLP) and the impact it had on Milwaukee community members. View the recording at: bit.ly/drfigueroarecording
SSOI/RHC 50th Anniversary Recognition:
- Please find the RHC’s 50th Anniversary Programing HERE
- Wednesday, October 7th, 2020
- In recognition of Latinx Heritage Month and in celebrating Latinx activism, the RHC & SCP welcome Eloisa Gómez and Andrea-Teresa (Tess) Arenas to present on their book Somos Latinas. Somos Latinas shares the powerful narratives of 25 Latina activists that transformed communities throughout Wisconsin. Authors Eloisa Gómez and Tess Arenas will share their stories and lead a fruitful discussion on what it means to be an agent of change. Q&A to follow.
View the recording at: bit.ly/somoslatinasrecording
Brown Bag Series: Golden Edition Ft. Tony Baez & Felipe Rodriguez:
- Friday, September 18th, 2020
- Join the RHC for a spin-off to our previous Brown Bag Discussion Series. In recognition of the SSOI/RHC’s 50th Anniversary this year, this semester’s Brown Bag Series: Golden Edition will host a variety of featured guests who will talk about their involvement with the SSOI/RHC over the years, their take on student activism, and share some of their favorite memories that have allowed the RHC to serve and support Latinx students at UWM. Discussion will be centered around the SSOI/RHC’s 50th Anniversary and Activism. The discussions will be facilitated by current UWM students, with an opportunity for attendees to ask questions.View the recording at: bit.ly/tonyandfeliperecording