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What's the Difference Between Chicano, Latino, Latina, Latinx and Hispanic?

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What's the Difference Between Chicano, Latino, Latina, Latinx and Hispanic?

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Cross-Campus Multicultural and International Student Programs is hosting a panel discussion to discuss intersectional identities and labels. We have six amazing panelists:
 
Dr. Onudeah Nicolarakis
Dr. Franklin Torres
Haydee Garcia
Kailyn Aaron-Lozano
Pablo Gonzales, Jr.
Ricardo Lopez
 
The event will be hosted virtually, for all students, staff and faculty of Gallaudet University. Please join us in Zoom!

Zoom ID: 999 4754 5391
 
Contact Elvia Guillermo Aguilar for more information at Elvia.Guillermo.Aguilar@Gallaudet.edu
 
 
Image Description: The background color is lime green, with big multicolored flower patterns around the border. There are blue, yellow, red, and purple Picado flags hanging around the title text.

Top center title text in festive yellow font says: “Hispanic Heritage Month”

To the right, plain black font reads:
In the middle yellow text on a black rectangle box says: “Panel Discussion”

Center text in black reads:
“What’s the difference between Chicano, Latino, Latina, Latinx, and Hispanic?
Panelists will discuss intersectional identities and labels.”

Below, yellow words on a black box square say:
“Thursday, October 15, 2020
12:00 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
Zoom ID: 999 4754 5391”

To the left and right sides are photos of panelists with names under each photo:
Dr. Onudeah Nicolarakis’s photo shows a person with black braided hair, smiling with white teeth and silver earrings.

Dr. Franklin Torres’s photo shows a person wearing glasses and a clean suit.

Haydee Garcia’s photo shows a person with short hair and black clothes.

Kailyn Aaron-Lozano’s photo shows a person with black short hair and glasses wearing white clothes.

Pablo Gonzalez Jr.’s photo shows a person with medium long hair, wearing glasses and wearing blue clothes

Ricardo Lopez’s photo shows a person with short hair and bearded face and wearing a clean suit

At the bottom black words say:
“Hosted by the Cross-Campus Multicultural and International Student Programs, a unit within the Division and Inclusion.

For more information: Contact Elvia.Guillermo.Aguilar@gallaudet.edu”
Posted by Alexander Leffers | Posted October 9, 2020 at 2:17 PM

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