“Advancing Latino/a/x History in the 21st Century: The National Park Service and Beyond” Webinar (Yale RITM)

Event time: 
Sunday, October 11, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
https://yale.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ni6NIJ7cRU-JC0VyWiNsFQ See map
Event description: 
A conversation about documenting, interpreting, teaching, and sharing the diverse histories of Latinos in the United States.
Secretary Ken Salazar (Former Secretary of the Interior): Introduction
Celinda Peña (Former Obama Appointee, Department of the Interior): Welcome
Belinda Faustinos (Co-Chair, American Latino Scholars Panel): Introductions
Dr. Stephen Pitti (Yale University): “American Latinos and the Making of the United States, a Theme Study”
Dr. José Alamillo (California State University Channel Islands): “The History of Latinx Communities and Sports”
Dr. Geraldo Cadava (Northwestern University): “Histories of Latinx Business and Commerce”
Dr. Timothy Matovina (Notre Dame): “Religion and Spirituality in Latinx Communities”
Dr. Lorena Oropeza (UC Davis): “The History of Latinx Communities and the US Military”
Moderated by Stephen Pitti (Yale University)