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Latinx History Month 2017

September 15 2017 - October 15 2017

Latinx History Month 2017

Thursday, Sept. 14

4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Hein Dining Hall

Diez y Seis Celebration Come and dine with the crew at Hein as Chef Ernie prepares savory Mexican foods inspired by the rich heritage of our local cultures.

Friday, Sept. 15

11:30 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.
Alumni Student Center Lounge
Drumming With Nina 

Come listen to music and enjoy delicious food by the Department of World Languages and Cultures.

Monday, Sept. 18

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

¡Juntos oramos! Together in Prayer! (Bilingual Morning Prayer)

Thursday, Sept. 21

7:30 p.m.
Jackson Auditorium
Comedian Francisco Ramos

Francisco Ramos is a bicultural and bilingual comedian, having performed in both English and Spanish. Francisco was chosen to be part of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” where he made it to the Top 10 finalists. He’s also in Maria Bamford’s new Netflix show “Lady Dynamite” and in July of 2016 he won Cozi TV’s Comedy Search and was selected to perform at the Lucille Ball Comedy Fest. 

Saturday, Sept. 23

2:00 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Palace Theatre, 314 S. Austin Street, Seguin, Texas

2:00 p.m. Business, Civic Engagement, and Religious Life

6:30 p.m. Education Arts & Culture, and Popular Music

Historias de Seguin/Seguin Stories Documentary Film Screenings: Celebrating the legacy of the Hispanic Community of Seguin featuring Arts and Culture 

These documentary films highlight wonderful stories, festivals, and events of the Seguin community. DVDs will be available for purchase. 

Monday, Sept. 25

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

¡Juntos oramos! Together in Prayer! (Bilingual Morning Prayer)

Monday, Sept. 25

7:30 p.m

Wupperman Little Theatre

Raíces de Arte Español (Flamenco Performance) A vibrant performance of "Cuadro Flamenco" by four dancers who will showcase their passion, emotions, and talent of flamenco, a rich and artistic mix of folkloric dance and music of Southern Spain.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

4:00 p.m.

Dunne Conference Center (Tschoepe Hall)

Bárbara Renaud González: "Las Nalgas de JLo/JLo’s Booty: The Best & Most Notorious Calumnas & Other Writings" by the First Chicana Columnist in Texas 1995-2005 

Blurring the borders between literature, journalism, essay, history, memoir and short story, "Las Nalgas de JLo" is a nonfiction collection of columns, articles, reviews, and poems, most written by Renaud González between 1995-2005 when she was an independent columnist for the San Antonio Express-News.

Monday, Oct. 2

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

¡Juntos oramos! Together in Prayer! (Bilingual Morning Prayer)

Friday, Oct. 6

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

Chapel Service: Celebrating Latinx Heritage

Tuesday, Oct. 10

11:00 – 11:45 a.m.

Dunne Conference Center, Tschoepe Hall
Study Abroad Presentation: Where will you study? Learn about exciting study abroad opportunities as program representatives will be available to give first-hand information about locations and courses in various countries.

Monday, Oct. 16

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

¡Juntos oramos! Together in Prayer! (Bilingual Morning Prayer)

Wednesday, Oct. 18

6:00 p.m.
Wupperman Little Theatre

"Purple Eyes" by Josh Inocéncio

"Purple Eyes" is an ancestral autobiography where Inocéncio investigates his identity as a gay Chicano amid the lineage of machismo men in his family. Many generations of Inocéncios originated in Michoacán, a southern Mexican state with strong P’urhépecha connections, before they emigrated to the United States. And as his cousin Chuy says, “those Michoacán men, tu sabes, are on another level of machismo.” The title comes from his dad’s notorious purple sunglasses he wore when Inocéncio was kid, a remnant of his flashier clothing when he worked as an undercover cop in gay night clubs. The “purple eyes” also imply the ability of these men to queer the world around them despite their hyper-masculine tendencies.

Thursday, Oct. 19

7:00 p.m

ASC Fireside Lounge

Rebecca Padilla: Abrazos

Rebecca Padilla is 2012 TLU graduate, writer, inspirational speaker, and gospeler. She is passionate about encouraging and guiding individuals to grow on a personal, as well as a spiritual level, so that they may reach their fullest potential as designed by God. Padilla also seeks to inspire people to see beyond their own sphere to the needs of others, in turn reaching out to them with an open heart and a helping hand.

Friday, Oct. 20

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

Chapel Service: Celebrating Latinx Heritage

Friday, Oct. 27

10:00 a.m

Chapel of The Abiding Presence

Chapel Service: Celebrating Latinx Heritage

Wednesday, Nov. 1

10:00 a.m.
Chapel of the Abiding Presence
Altares: Recordando a los nuestros/Remembering our Loved Ones 

Join the Mexican American Students Association and Mexican American Studies majors as they celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with altares and pan de muerto. 

Sunday, Nov. 5

2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Teatro de Artes de Juan Seguin
Calaveras y Poesía: Celebrando Día de los muertos


Events sponsored by the Brown Cultural Endowment Fund, World Languages and Cultures and the Spanish Studies Program, Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS) and the Mexican American Studies Program, First Year and Campus Programs, Mexican American Student Association, International Education, English and Communication Studies, School of Music, Women’s Studies Program, the Department of History, African American Studies, Mexican American Student Association (MASA), Hein Dining Hall, and Campus Ministry.

For more information, email the Center For Mexican American Studies or call 830-372-6073.


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