With Reggaeton music, rhythm sticks and chants of, ‘Yo soy Latino para que tu lo sepa,’ students made sure the Latino community at the University was heard in their annual ‘La Marcha’ to voice issues that affect their community.
The University, in partnership with the National Latina Health Network, Robert Wood Johnson AIDS program and the Center for Latino Arts and Culture will host the fourth annual NLAAD today.
Beginning tonight, the Center for Latino Arts and Culture will offer a workshop in the bomba, a Puerto Rican dance. The five-week program, open to all University Students, will be held Thursdays at 7 p.m.
Halfway through Latino Heritage Month, there are plenty of events still to come for the more than 25 student organizations affiliated with the Center for Latino Arts and Culture.
Diversity is the focus of the Center for Latino Arts and Culture. And that’s putting it lightly.