LATINO ALLIANCE MEETINGS ARE EVERY WEDNESDAY

5:00P.M.– 6:00 P.M.

at 618 S. Michigan Ave. 4th floor

Email: latinoalliance@loop.colum.edu for more info

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Latino Alliance presents CULTURE NIGHT 2014 This year we will be celebrating ‘Carnival’  There will be food, student performances and good friends like always. We well also have a special guest Malafacha a Latin Ska band https://www.facebook.com/malafacha1 And announce the beginning of a new year by initiating Latino Alliance’s 2014-2015 Executive Board. Come one, come all, past and present, friends and family! Al carnival, Vamos! Early arrival suggested (Doors will open at 5:30pm) Free to Columbia Students with ID Open to the public  Suggested donation of $3 View high resolution

https://www.facebook.com/events/134114386758932/

Latino Alliance presents CULTURE NIGHT 2014
This year we will be celebrating ‘Carnival’
There will be food, student performances and good friends like always.

We well also have a special guest Malafacha a Latin Ska band
https://www.facebook.com/
malafacha1

And announce the beginning of a new year by initiating Latino Alliance’s 2014-2015 Executive Board.

Come one, come all,
past and present,
friends and family!

Al carnival, Vamos!

Early arrival suggested (Doors will open at 5:30pm)

Free to Columbia Students with ID
Open to the public
Suggested donation of $3

Latino Alliance at Rock Latino 2014

pictures by Moythemushi

Join One Tribe for the next workshop in our spring series ♥ WITH LOVE, FROM ONE TRIBE ♥ in which we explore love through the lens of social justice and inclusion. GHOST IN A SHELL: INTIMATE & INANIMATE How is technology changing how people find love? Is technology so influential in our loves that we are falling in love with it? Together we’ll explore what happens when fantasy becomes reality…  Facilitated by One Tribe Scholar Das Arteaga. View high resolution

Join One Tribe for the next workshop in our spring series ♥ WITH LOVE, FROM ONE TRIBE ♥ in which we explore love through the lens of social justice and inclusion.

GHOST IN A SHELL: INTIMATE & INANIMATE

How is technology changing how people find love? Is technology so influential in our loves that we are falling in love with it? Together we’ll explore what happens when fantasy becomes reality…

Facilitated by One Tribe Scholar Das Arteaga.

Come join us for lunch as we host author and activist Maria Gamboa who co-wrote “Chicanas on 18th Street” and she will share her stories and experience in the Chicana movement.  Maria was born in San Antonio, Texas and raised in Chicago where she has been a life-long activist. In high school she joined the growing wave of activism that was brought about by the Chicano Movement and other Civil Rights struggles in the late 60’s and 70s. Her life as an activist included being a cast member and play writer for a local community theatre group “Compania Trucha” in the 1970’s. Trucha’s plays were anchored in struggles of the Chicano Movement and the Mexican immigrant community. Maria is committed to educating younger generations of leaders, transferring to them the wisdom learned in the process of struggle. Recently she co- founded CAMI- Committee Against Militarization, whose mission is to educate the community on the aggressive military recruitment of youth in public schools and to promote non-military options. Lunch will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.
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Come join us for lunch as we host author and activist Maria Gamboa who co-wrote “Chicanas on 18th Street” and she will share her stories and experience in the Chicana movement.

Maria was born in San Antonio, Texas and raised in Chicago where she has been a life-long activist. In high school she joined the growing wave of activism that was brought about by the Chicano Movement and other Civil Rights struggles in the late 60’s and 70s. Her life as an activist included being a cast member and play writer for a local community theatre group “Compania Trucha” in the 1970’s. Trucha’s plays were anchored in struggles of the Chicano Movement and the Mexican immigrant community. Maria is committed to educating younger generations of leaders, transferring to them the wisdom learned in the process of struggle. Recently she co- founded CAMI- Committee Against Militarization, whose mission is to educate the community on the aggressive military recruitment of youth in public schools and to promote non-military options.

Lunch will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.

https://www.facebook.com/events/464644870302745/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular