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Program Schedule

Past Program Hosted by The Citadel



Project Details

9/15/2015-10/15/2015 Hispanic Heritage Month- Daniel Library Exhibit
9/23/2015 Luncheon- Daniel Library
10/08/2015 6:30pm - Screening: Ep. 1 of "Latino Americans," discussion led by Nancy Aguirre (Citadel, Duckett auditorium)
10/17/2015 Latin Dance Workshop - Buyer Auditorium in Mark Clark Hall, Oct. 17, from 10am-11pm.
11/2/2015 Dia de los Muertos Exhibit
1/19/2016 6pm - Screening: Ep. 3 of "Latino Americans," discussion led by Nancy Aguirre and Sara Fernandez-Medina
1/26/2016 Keynote Address - Freedom University
2/15/2016 "Aramos en el Mar?"
3/15/2016 Keynote Address
3/31/2016 Cesar Chavez Day, 6:00pm - Screening: Ep. 5 of "Latino Americans," discussion led by Marina Lopez and Kerry Taylor
4/30/2016 6:00pm - Screening: Ep. 6 of "Latino Americans," discussion led by Glorimar Blanco and Sara Fernandez-Medina
4/30/2016-5/7/2016 Exhibit at N. Charleston Art Festival, Photo Contest
6/30/2016 Project End

 This Program Has Concluded

Latino Americans: 500 Years of History, a public programming initiative produced by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the American Library Association (ALA), is part of an NEH initiative, The Common Good: The Humanities in the Public Square.

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