Latinx Heritage Celebration 2020
Día de los Muertos
Thursday, October 29 • 5:30 pm ET
Location change: One Wheelock
Celebrate the Mexican holiday dedicated to honoring the deceased. In person, paint a calavera and decorate the altar in honor of your departed loved ones.
Student Meet and Greet with Ozomatli
Thursday, October 29 • 7:00 pm ET
Zoom registration: https://hop.dartmouth.edu/events/ozomatli-1
A special pre-show event for Dartmouth students to meet three members of Ozomatli! Experience never-before-heard music, a discussion of their history of activism, and share their altars in celebration of Noche de los Muertos.
Noche de los Muertos: Ozomatli
Thursday, October 29 • 8:00 pm ET
YouTube or Zoom: https://hop.dartmouth.edu/events/ozomatli-0
Grammy-winning Ozomatli brings the party to you for this virtual celebration of Día de los Muertos! Watch with friends in a tent on campus or online.
Film Screening: Coco
Thursday, October 29 • 9:30 pm ET
Livestream in Andres, Cutter Shabazz, and Hitchcock Tents
Zoom link: http://dartgo.org/LHCcoco • Password: coco
Watch party of Disney's Coco; in-person crafts in honor of Día de los Muertos.
Facilitated Dialogue: Not One More
in collaboration with OPAL Women & Gender Advising
Friday, October 30 • 5:30 pm ET
Zoom registration: dartgo.org/LHCnotonemore
Bulaong Ramiz, Director of the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity at the University of Kansas, facilitates a dialogue on gender-based violence in contemporary Latin America.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Rosa Clemente
in collaboration with OPAL Black Student Advising
Friday, November 6 • 6:00 pm ET
Zoom registration: dartgo.org/LHCkeynote
Dr. Rosa Clemente, Black Afro-Boricua scholar-activist, shares post-election day words of wisdom. Question and answer session moderated by Bulaong Ramiz will follow.