Jan 14-19 Hispanic Related Events
Hispanics in Focus
Searching for Sugarman
Miami Beach Cinematheque
512 Española Way
Miami, FL 33139
This film was released July 27, 2012 and was the opening film at the Sundance film festival. It holds a 96% “Certified Fresh” rating on RottenTomatoes.com. The documentary/film is about two fans trying to find out if the rumor a Chicano singer has died is true.
North Carolina Museum of History
The exhibit features 51 images with English and Spanish descriptions by the photojournalist Jose Galvez, winner of a Pulitzer Prize. The photographs document North Carolina’s growing Latino community.
Greater Tulsa Hispanic Affairs Monthly Commission Meeting
The Commission meets every second Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. in 1st Floor in Council Chambers .
Hispanic Chamber of St. Louis Presents “Business to Business Roundtable”
St. Louis, MO
Join others to network at this St. Louis event.
Toddlers Discovering Latin America: A Spanish Workshop (8 weeks)
Play, learn, and discover in Spanish
Mission Cultural Center
San Francisco, CA
Marketing to a Multicultural Nation: Chiqui Cartagena, VP Corporate Marketing at Univision, Talks about Your Changing Target Audience
Radisson Hotel, Covington
Society of Hispanic Human Resource Professionals (SHHRP)
8 Steps for an Effective Job Search by Dr. Raul Velasquez
Esperando La LLegada del Alba – Awaiting the Arrival of the Dawn
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
January 16-February 16
Opening Reception: January 16th
National Multicultural Conference and Summit (17th & 18th)
InterContinental Hotel at the Galleria
This conference is described on its website as a conference to convene “students, practitioners, and scholars in psychology and related fields to inform and inspire multicultural theory, research, and practice.”
¡Lotería!: Highlights from the Permanent Collection
Museum of Latin American Art
On January 17th, the museum will have live music by Nortec Collective’s Clorofila! Also get ready for food trucks and plenty of great tequila with a free tasting by Brown Forman.
Long Beach, California
When Multi Cultures and Generations Collide: How to Bridge the Gap sponsored by NSHMBA
Downtown Convention Center
San Antonio, Texas
Wisin Y Yandel
Madison Square Garden
Tickets start at $44
Puerto Rican reggaeton duo consisting of Juan Luis Morera Luna (Wisin) and Llandel Veguilla Malavé (Yandel).
Conversation with Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor
El Museo del Barrio
New York, New York
Free With RSVP