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.

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
  • 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.
https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_N9ou3QndQL2Ruuv6J78iLQ

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