TONIGHT: Latina/o Community Dinner, 4/2
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Latina/o Community Dinner
“What does it mean to be Latino?” and “Building a Better Community”
Monday, April 2nd
Occom Commons (in Goldstein/McLaughlin)
*RSVP to latino.student.advising@Dartmouth.edu ASAP with the number of people in your party. If you have already replied you are all set. *
Speakers: David Gonzalez ’12 and Horacio Romero ’14
***You don’t have to be Latino to attend! Everyone is welcome regardless of level of involvement. Bring your friends and invite anyone you’d like.***
What makes someone Latino?
Latino is an ethnicity, not a race. At this dinner we’ll explore the complex nature of ethnicity. We’ll discuss what it means to be Latino, in the world, the US , and at Dartmouth.
Secondly, we’ll work on the question of, “how can we build community at Dartmouth?”
We’ll explore concrete ways in which we can actively strengthen the community.
Brought to you by the Assistant Dean and Advisor to Latina/o Students, the Office of Latina/o Student Advising Interns, and OPAL.