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Hispanic, Latino/a, Latinx, Latine… What’s the difference? In-Person

Co-sponsored by the Center for Inclusive Excellence and Whittemore Library. 

Join the Whittemore Library and the Center for Inclusive Excellence for a discussion about terms used to label, describe, and define racial, ethnic, and cultural groups, with a specific focus on Hispanic, Latino/a, Latinx, and Latine.  
We will be meeting at the CIE Lounge (O'Connor 120) on Monday, September 19, 2022 from 1:30-2:20. If you would like to request accessibility accommodations please email inclusivex@framingham.edu Our discussion will be based on the following podcast, video, and readings:

What's the difference between Hispanic, Latino and Latinx? (YouTube/Fig. 1 by University of California  10/6/2021) (7 minutes)

The Experiment Podcast: Latinos Are a Huge, Diverse Group. Why Are They Lumped Together? (Podcast-The Atlantic March 11, 2021) (33 minutes/transcript available)

Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month And We Know It Makes Some Of You Cringe (NPR/Vanessa Romo 9/17/2021) (7 minutes)

Census History: Counting Hispanics (Pew Research Center/D’Vera Cohn 3/3/2010) (5 minutes)



Related LibGuide: Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month (9/15-10/15) by Rebecca Dowgiert

Monday, September 19, 2022
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
CIE - O'Conner 120
  Heritage Months  
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Event Organizer

Kathleen Barnard

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