From Politics to Raids, The Modern Day Lynching of Latinos

State of Hate: From Politics to Raids, The Modern Day Lynching of Latinos

Join us for a Lideres Fireside Chat: State of Hate- with Juan Cartagena and Maximo Anguiano on Thursday, January 28th. We'll discuss the historical underpinnings of institutionalized racism in law enforcement and how the violence against Latinos has shaped our culture and upbringing in the United States. Additionally we'll hear about the current state of the Latino community and the impact that anti-Latino rhetoric is having on our community. What do we need and where do we go from here? And how is the millennial generation going to drive this change?

About Maximo:

Maximo is one of the leading intellectual voices on the intersection of culture, socio-politics, and education. He is the current Executive Director of the Adelante U.S. Education Leadership Fund and the Founder of Independent Creative Services. As a dynamic scholar, personality, and organizer, Maximo has been able to capture various audiences on stage, in the classroom and in the community. As a leader & trendsetter in fashion, athletics, and current events, Maximo is a mobilizer for progressive ideas and perspectives. His passion, aura, and charisma bring a fresh yet driven approach to changing the world.

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When

Jan 28, 2016 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Where:

El Centro - Hunter College
695 Park Ave,
New York, NY 10065

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