This week in the Latino Community
Bilingual Poetry Reading by Award-winning Cuban Poet & Novelist Wendy Guerra
Bilingual Poetry Reading by Award-winning Cuban Poet & Novelist Wendy Guerra.
Reception at La Casa to follow.
Author Junot Diaz – Reading and Book Signing
MacArthur “genius grant” winner Junot Diaz is the author of the Pulitzer prize winner will be conducting a reading of his new book, Q&A, and signing to follow. 10/18, Filene, 5pm.
MacArthur “genius grant” winner Junot Diaz is the author of the Pulitzer prize winning novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao (2008) and the short story collection This Is How You Lose Her (2012), a finalist for the National Book Award.
Mr. Diaz will be conducting a reading, Q&A and book signing on Friday, October 18, in Filene Auditorium.
Sponsored by LALACS and Office of Pluralism and Leadership
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The 16th Annual Noche Dorada — La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Incorporated- Psi Chapter
Noche Dorada is the name of LUL Fraternity’s annual banquet style event. It is a staple in the Dartmouth Communities as a time when many cultures come together for food and celebration. In hopes of expanding the understanding and tolerance towards Immigration Reform in the United States, the keynote speaker will be Angelica Salas, Director of the Coalation of Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles.