Honoring the Ancestor, Gloria Anzaldúa

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A Community Gathering.

An informal luncheon where all will be invited to share readings from great poets, artists, activist scholars and more. This interactive informal gathering  will allow us to learn the history of women of color activists especially at the intersections of being Queer and Latinx.

Thursday, October 10 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Blanchard Hall, Unity Center

Event Type

Gatherings & Meetings

Event Topic

Arts/Music/Film, Diversity & Inclusion, Community

Event Audience

Students, Faculty, Staff

Tags

Latinx Heritage Month

Group
Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
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Cara Lapenas

Cara Lapenas left a positive review 10/9/2019

I loved that the Unity Space in Blanchard is being used in this way, and that it was open to staff (me!), faculty and students. In the future, I would suggest making sure to coordinate with the student's class schedule...This event was scheduled for 12-1pm which may work well for staff and some faculty, but on Thursdays the student schedule releases at 12:45pm. I had to leave at 1pm, so I missed most of the student poetry readings. Next time! :) Cara