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Join the Diversity and Inclusion Council for a Latino representation panel

10.10.2018 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
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As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Texas Wesleyan’s Diversity and Inclusion Council invites you to take part in a panel discussion on addressing social issues and representation among the Latino community.

Latinx Rising: A discussion on community, organizing and power will be held from 7 – 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Martin Hall.

Mark your calendar to hear from a group of panelists discuss their work in organizing and advocating for the Latino community. They include:

  • Angela Andrade, Organizer from the North Texas Dream Team
  • Giovanni Valderas, Activist and Artist of Casita Triste
  • Tristeza Ordex-Ramirez, President of El Voto Es Latino
  • Jonathan Perez, Higher education professional and doctoral student
  • Jessica Ramirez, Organizer from United Fort Worth
  • Eva Arreguin, Host of De Colores Radio podcast
  • Moderator: Daniel Garcia Rodriguez, current Texas Wesleyan political science senior

The Latino population is the fastest growing demographic in Texas, and is changing the social and political landscape nationwide. Join us for an inspirational and informative discussion.

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