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Hispanic Heritage Month…

San Antonio College celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with "Academics, Activists, and Adelitas."
HHM17

Hispanic Heritage Month 2017

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2017

Academics, Activists, and Adelitas  


Thursday, Sept. 14
Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff

San Antonio College will celebrate the start of Hispanic Heritage Month with a performance by the SAC Mariachis Estrellas del Alamo.

Plus a salsa making contest.
Do you have a salsa recipe that's bursting with flavor? 
Then, sign up to enter our salsa contest.  First and second place winners will receive a prize. Winners will be selected by students who will taste and vote on their favorite salsa entry. 

To sign up, stop by and fill out an application with Carrie Hernandez in LSC, Room 260A.  For additional information, e-mail her at chernandez@alamo.edu.
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Loftin Student Center Fiesta Room


Announcement of HHM essay contest
All Day

Tuesday, Sept. 19
“Educate to Empower.  How Alamo Colleges policy and immigration law coexist.”
 
A panel of speakers will provide information on how district policy, immigration law, and SB4 affect students.  Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions. Light refreshments will be served
 
Featured panelists are:
Don Adams, Chief of Police, Alamo Colleges District
Carmen De Luna-Jones, Student Success Coordinator
Elizabeth Almanza, Outreach Coordinator, American Gateways
 
Representatives from the Mexican Consulate and USCIS office will be present to answer questions and meet with students. 
9:30 - 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. - noon
Library Performance Area
MLC 4th floor


Tuesday, Sept. 26
Art with a Hispanic Flair with artist Joan Fabian

We provide the paint and supplies; you simply put bring your creativity!  Come make new friends and join us for the fun as we paint a portrait of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Light refreshments will be served. 

Limited spots available, so please sign up with Ms. Carrie J. Hernandez in Loftin Student Center, Room 260A. For additional questions, email chernandez@alamo.edu or call 486-0125. 
LSC Craft Room
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 27
Antojitos Festival
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
SAC Mall


Thursday, Sept. 28
Scenes from Adelita
A play by Mariano Aguilar
7 p.m.
MCCH Theatre


Tuesday, Oct. 3
Las Nalgas de JLo/JLo’s Booty
Una platica
& good chisme too!

Bárbara Renaud-Gonzalez – author of Las Nalgas de JLo/JLo's Booty and Golondrina, why did you leave Me? , poet and first Chicana columnist in Texas. 

Juan Tejeda – musician, book publisher/Aztlan Libre Press and founder of Mexican-American Studies at Palo Alto College. 

Renaud González will read from her new book with musical accompaniment by Tejeda. A Q&A and book signing will follow the presentation. 
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
LSC Fiesta Room

Wednesday, Oct.4 
Movie screening: Under the Same Moon
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
LSC Fiesta Room

Thursday, Oct.5
Dos Chicanos, Un Camino
A comedy performed by Teatro Audaz San Antonio
7:30 p.m.
MCCH Theatre
 
Tuesday, Oct. 10
The Art of Making Tortillas and Buñeulos
9 - 11 a.m.
LSC Craft Room 


DIY Piñatas
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
LSC Craft Room


Wednesday, Oct. 11
La Vida de las Soldaderas (las Adelitas) durante la Revolución Mexicana/
The life of the Revolutionary Women Soldiers during the Mexican Revolution

A Presentation by former SAC Instructor Graciela Arizpe-Ortiz on the historical and social-political perspectives of the Adelitas during the Mexican Revolution. The presentation will feature regional corridos (folksongs), photographs, images, and artifacts from the period.
11 am. - 1 p.m.
Library Performance Area
MLC 4th Floor


Thursday, Oct. 12

Play - La Flor de la Canela.
A solo show written and performed by SAC Professor Alison Vasquez
11 a.m. - noon
MCCH Theatre



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