Weekly Community Events
~*THIS WEEK IN THE LATIN@ COMMUNITY*~ 4/1-4/7
We have a busy week ahead! Take a look at what’s happening in our community!
Monday, April 1st
1) Latina Activist-Artist Diana Restrepo at Dartmouth!
“Remnants of Colombian Displacement: the hanging corpse and other memories”
Panel Discussion: Please join us on April 1st for a panel in Haldeman 041 with LALACS faculty members Silvia Spitta and Mary Coffey along with Ariana Ochoa Camacho, the Cesar Chavez Fellow, from 3-5 p.m. followed by an opening reception with the artist in the Russo Gallery from 5-7 p.m.
2) Afro-American Society (AAm):
Join us tomorrow at our first General Body meeting of the term. “Hip-Hop & Rap: Buy it? Sell it? Listen to it?” Am I, are you, or are we supporting rape culture by doing any of these things?
6pm Cutter-Shabazz Mural room
Tuesday, April 2nd
1) Luncheon with Diana Restrepo:
A message from Ariana Ochoa Camacho, the Cesar Chavez Fellow for the 2012-2013 year:
“We extend an invitation to students, staff, and faculty interested in the arts and activism to a catered luncheon with Ms. Restrepo on April 2nd from 12:15-1:30 p.m. in the faculty lounge. We extend a special invite to interested students in LALACS allied departments and programs in arts and humanities to attend. Please RSVP to https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AhKFEdkIPJ3vdE1IRmxNbGpjQUh1MkIwbkxkQ3YzYXc&usp=sharing
2) Latin American Political Society (LAPS):
General Body Meeting, 7pm, Sarner 66
All are welcome to attend!
3) Women of Color Collective (WoCC):
Elections! Tuesday at 7pm
In the Center for Gender & Student Engagement (formerly the CWG)
Located under Brittle Lounge in the Choates
Wednesday, April 3rd
La Alianza Latina
Invites you to meet its new Executive Board Members at Family Game Night!
featuring Loteria and Dominos
President: Eddie Zapata
Vice President: Yaritza Gonzalez
Treasurer: Miguel Pena
Campus Programmer: Adelaida Tamayo
Secretary: Marco Herndon
Historian: Amaris De la Rosa
Where: LALACS Basement
When: Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.
Catered by EBA’s Fajitas!
Friday, April 5th
Ballet Folklorico de Dartmouth (BFD)
BFD Dance Practice! 6pm-8pm, Cutter Shabazz Basement
Saturday, April 6th
Ballet Folklorico de Dartmouth (BFD)
BFD Dance Practice! 12pm-2pm, Cutter Shabazz Basement
AAm: Dinner, Diaspora, and Discussion.
If you are interested in cooking for the event, blitz Nate Graves ’13 with ingredients you need; he will provide the cooks with groceries needed a few days in advance. Dishes should arrive by 5pm at Cutter Shabazz!
Cesar Chavez Fellow:
Art Show: In collaboration, LALACS and the Dickey Center will be co-hosting an art exhibit “Remnants of Colombian Displacement: the hanging corpse and other memories” in the Russo Gallery from April 1-15th
Afro-American Society (AAm):
The AAm is holding a clothing drive! Bring clothes you would like to donate to Cutter Shabazz up until Friday! Your Dartmouth IDs allow you to access the building, and the TV room (where the donation bins are) is straight ahead when you enter the building.
Second Week of Schedule Adjustment:
Open classes that may be of interest to the community include:
· Latino Roots and Transitions, 11, Gutierrez-Nájera, Latino Studies 44 (LATS 44/ANTH 33)
· Haiti at the Crossroads, 2A, Kivland, Latin American and Caribbean Studies 50.2 (LACS 50.2/AAAS 88.5/ANTH 50.4)
· Slavery and Emancipation in Latin America, 12, Goldthree, Latin American and Caribbean Studies 60.1 (LACS 60.1/HIST 86.1)
· Caribbean History, 1898-Present, 2, Goldthree, Latin American and Caribbean Studies 59 (LACS 59/AAAS 83.4/HIST 6.1)
Want your event featured on the weekly email? Blitz Chris Norman ’13 at
by Sundays at 6pm to have your event included!
Brought to you by the Office of Latina/o Student Advising