Social Justice for Latinx Americans and Communities
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Time: 5 p.m. MST
Location: Zoom. You may also use the QR code, located on the flyer, to attend this event.
Please join University of Utah, Center for Latin American Studies and Southern Utah University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences for a panel discussion, Social Justice for Latinx Americans and Communities.
In this panel discussion, presenters will address different ways that social justice is sought for Latinx and Hispanic Americans. Panelists consider questions such as: What achievements have been made in the last 70 years for Latinx and Hispanics in America? What types of racism and prejudice do Latinx and Hispanic Americans face today? How do we, in our own communities, encounter and address racism and strive for social justice?
Kristina Baines PhD, Guttman Community College, CUNY
Mayra Cedano, Executive Director, Comunidades Unidas
Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz PhD, Loyola University Chicago
Ed Muñoz PhD, University of Utah
Enrique Ochoa PhD, California State University, Los Angeles