Wednesday, March 31, 2010
MEChA de Brown presents:
East Coast Chican@ Student Forum | Spring 2010
Poplitical: The Politics of Popular Culture
April 9-11, 2010
Online Registration/late fee applies after April 2nd:https://payment.brown.edu/C20460_ustores/web/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=2&CATID=78&SINGLESTORE=true
Sergio Arau and Yareli Arizmendi, co-writers of “A day without a Mexican”
Friday, April 9 2010
→ Registration @ J. Walter Wilson 7pm-12am
→ “A Day without a Mexican” screening @ Salomon 001 7-9 pm
→ Semana Chicana party: “Fuego” 10pm-2am
Saturday, April 10, 2010
→ Breakfast @ Smith-Buonanno
→ Workshops @ Smith-Buonanno
→ Keynote Lecture @ Salomon 101 5-6:30pm
→ ECCSF Dinner @ Andrews Dinning Hall 7-9pm
→ ECCSF Party @ Andrews Dinning Hal 10pm-2am
Sunday, April 11 2010
For more information, please contact Brown co-chairs firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
A Day Without A Mexican Trailer:
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Congratulations to Georgetown on their ability to advocate change, and fight for the Dream Act!
*Note that there is an option to zoom in, and to open the letter in full screen.
Friday, March 26, 2010
Hearing Dr. Jose B. Gonzalez speak was one of the highlights of the conference. His insights about Latino literature, achievements, Latino pride, and motivational words were inspiring. Here is a clip of a poem he recited:
Dr. Jose B. Gonzalez is a Professor of English and Latino Studies at the United States Coast Guard Academy. The presentation he gave at the conference was entitled, "What is Latino Literature and Why it Matters."
At dinner, everyone was excited to join the Harvard mariachi band in singing, "El Rey."