Tuesday, September 24th 2019

6:00 PM

Dolores - Latinx Heritage Month Film Screening

Latinx Heritage Month Film & Discussion
Tuesday, September 24
6-8 p.m. 

Ferris’ Spanish faculty will host a screening of Dolores (96 min.), a film on one of the most effective and undervalued civil and labor rights leaders in modern U.S. history -- Dolores Huerta. A brief discussion will follow the film.

Thursday, October 3rd 2019

7:00 PM

Latinx Heritage Month - Five Star Speaker Saul Flores

The Incredible 5,000-Mile Journey of Saul Flores

7-9 p.m. University Center 202

Sigma Lambda Beta presents its guest speaker for Latinx Heritage Month! Saul Flores walked 5,328 miles through 10 countries to document how grueling and dangerous the journey of immigrants to the United States can be and to raise money for an elementary school in Atencingo, Mexico. The story of his journey, accompanied by a series of photographs, capture the essence of the people, communities and cultures he encountered along the way.

Co-sponsors include the OMSS, CLS, Spanish Faculty, HSO.

Event is free and open to the public!

Monday, October 7th 2019

7:00 PM

Latinx Heritage Month - Discussion: "Culture and Identity"

The Hispanic Student Organization (HSO) will host a featured discussion for Latinx Heritage Month on the topic of "Culture and Identity" on Monday, October 7 from 7-8:30 p.m. in the UC 203 Founder's Room.

The discussion will center around background and identity, a day in the life of a Latinx student at FSU, and terminology used today within the community.

Bring your questions, we cannot wait to see you there!

Contact the OMSS or the CLS if you have any questions or concerns:
omss@ferris.edu, 231-591-2617
cls@ferris.edu or 231-591-2470

Saturday, October 26th 2019

11:30 AM

Bulldog Familia Asada

The Bulldog Familia Asada is an event to welcome Laitnx families back to Ferris to connect with their students, learn about Latinx specific resources on campus and in the local community.

Enjoy food, games, and raffle prizes.

Learn more about the Asada by following us on Facebook @FerrisStateCenterforLatin@ Studies.