Latinx Make Up: What Does Being Latinx Really Mean?

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual Branch
Zoom Webinar/Meeting [CH]

Event Details

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 (September 15 to October 15) joining Dr. Nancy Lopez for a reflection on the value added by critical race theory and intersectionality for social justice equity-based policy and practice in Latinx communities and beyond. Participants will be invited to identify their spheres of influence for individual and system level transformations.

  • This virtual event will be presented via Zoom.
  • Registration is required for this event.
  • Register only once.
  • Register to attend the virtual presentation in-person at the the Crest Hill Branch on the form to the left. NOTE: The presenter will not be in person. **Masks are required for patrons ages 2 and older.**
  • Register to view this event via Zoom HERE, or click the link below. You will receive an email from Zoom with the login information.

Nancy Lopez, PhD is Professor, Associate Vice President of Division for Equity and Inclusion, and Director & Co-founder of the Institute for the Study of “Race” & Social Justice at the University of New Mexico.

The program is courtesy of the White Oak Library District.

Event Type(s): Educational/How To
Age Group(s): Adults, Seniors, Tweens, Teens
Presenter: Nancy Lopez, PhD, Professor, University of New Mexico
Yumarys Polanco-Miller, Adult & Teen Services Supervisor
(815) 552-4283