Monthly archives for September, 2008

The Theology of Immigration: God, Immigrants and Activism

Peace and grace! I am writing to extend an invitation to you to attend The Theology of Immigration: God, Immigrants and Activism. I am attaching a flyer for you to print/share. The following is a blurb about the gathering: Radical Living, in partnership with Justice for our Neighbors, the New Sanctuary Movement, and John Wesley…

Agenda Latina: The State of Latinos 2008

The University of Denver's Latino Center for Community Engagment and Scholarship released a report entitled, "Agenda Latina: The State of Latinos 2008 Defining an Agenda for the Future."  Full report and video can be viewed at: http://www.fundacionaztecaamerica.org/

NYU to Conduct Discussion on the Latino Vote Entitled: “Weaving It Together: The Latino Voting Experience”

In celebration of Latino Heritage Month, Weaving It Together: The Latino Voting Experience will engage NYU students and the larger community in an informed discussion about the possible impact of the Latino vote on the upcoming presidential election. Our guests will offer expert opinions on demographics, civic engagement, and media portrayal of the Latino community…

The Latina/o Collegium of Princeton Theological Seminary invites you to attend their “Herencia” Lectures

The Latina/o Collegium, a collaborative effort composed of the Hispanic Leadership Program, Hispanic Theological Initiative, the Association of Latina(o)/Hispanic American Seminarians through the Office of Multicultural Relations cordially invites you to attend the Herencia [“Heritage”] Lectures. As you know the Church and its institutions are confronted by the phenomenon of an ever growing presence of…

WORD LIFE:An Evening of Performance and Conversation

Panel and Youth Performance: FREE to the Public FRIDAY Sept 26, 7-9PM Room 703, Silver Center at NYU (100 Washington Square East) WORD LIFE:An Evening of Performance and Conversation on Language, Identity & PowerPoets: Jamilla Lyiscott, Janine Simon, Zora Howard & Marne Bruckner Respondents: David Kirkland Ph.D., Queen GodIs, Jen Weiss, Ph. D Panelists: Alexis…

Race, Gender, and the Media in the 2008 Elections Symposium

St. John's University School of Law Presents: MAKING HISTORY: Race, Gender, and the Media in the 2008 Elections Symposium DateFriday, September 26 andSaturday, September 27, 2008 LocationSt. John's University School of Law The Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development at St. John's University School of Law and the Journal of Legal…

The CUNY Latino Faculty Initiative

City University of New York (CUNY) Chancellor Matthew Goldstein is making a special effort to attract Puerto Rican/Latino faculty to the 19-college system.   Presently there are more than 100 positions open, many of potential interest to Latina/o scholars. If you are entering the academic market this year, we urge you to do the following…