Join us as we celebrate Latinx-Hispanic Heritage Month and the diversity and richness of the Latinx and Hispanic communities both here at Stonehill and across the world. We are offering a select number of programs to help shed light on issues impacting the Latinx and Hispanic communities as well as celebrate their history and contributions to the world.
All events take place in Duffy 149 (Intercultural Affairs) unless otherwise noted!
Thursday, September 15 @ 2:30pm-3:30pm
What’s Your Story? – Honoring the Stories of Latino/a/x and Hispanic People
Monday, September 26 @ 5pm-6:30pm
Viva La Causa: The Story of César Chávez and a Great Movement for Social Justice
Tuesday, October 4 @ 5pm-6:30pm
Lost in Detention: The Hidden World of Immigration Enforcement
Wednesday, October 5 @ 2:30pm-3:30pm
The Mysterious “X”: What It Means to Be Latinx
Wednesday, October 12 @ 4pm-6pm
Tal Como Somos (Just As We Are): The Latino Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community
Thursday, October 13
The 2nd Annual Latinx-Hispanic Festival (more details to come)
co-sponsored with M.A.T.U. (Mundos Apartes, Tierras Unidas)
Check out our upcoming events calendar for descriptions of each of the events above, and for updates on changes or new events throughout the year.