Monday, March 7, 2016

VIVIENDO LA HERENCIA DEL CIMARRON: RAZA Y REBELION EN CUBA Living the legacy of the Cimarron: Race and Rebellion in Cuba | Monday, March 7th, 2016 | Time: 5:30 PM Where: Storm Hall West 011 (Behner Auditorium)

Today is the day! We invite you to a special conversation with Ms. Georgina Herrera, Cuban poet and writer for radio, television and film. Dr. Norma Iglesias will interview Ms. Herrera about her experiences prior to, during and after the Revolution and how race has been historically shaped and expressed over time. In addition, we have secured the renowned Cuban drum and dance group, Omo Ache, to perform after the talk.

The event will take place in Spanish but we will provide simultaneous translation. Please bring a phone and headphones if you would like the translation service.

Her books will be available for sale at the event.

This is a very special occasion for us, and we hope you'll join in welcoming this wonderful guest from Cuba.

Monday, March 7th at 5:30 pm
Storm Hall West 011, Behner/Steifel Auditorium
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