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October

  • Disrupting Racial and Ethnic Disparities: Solutions for New Yorkers 50+: An open forum for the Community of the Bronx

    AARP and Hispanic Federation with Hostos Community College present, “Disrupting Racial and Ethnic Disparities: Solutions for New Yorkers 50+: An open forum for the Community of the Bronx.” AARP’s study unmasks the under reported economic instability of Latinos when it comes to healthcare and caregiving. An important talk for future healthcare workers, Bronx residents, policy and advocacy leaders, faculty, staff and students. A Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.

     

November

  • "View for Death" Book Presentation

    First-time author Soldanela Rivera pens a haunting new work about a frightening and often overlooked theme, dying. A personal memoir turned fictional story dedicated to caregivers all over the world.

     
  • The VIII Biennial Dominican Studies Association Conference: Dominicans on the Map; Heritage, Citizenship, Memory & Social Justice

    The VIII Biennial Dominican Studies Association Conference, Dominicans on the Map: Heritage, Citizenship, Memory & Social Justice is dedicated to the distinguished poet Rhina P. Espaillat. Opening remarks will be offered by Daisy Cocco de Filippis, President of Naugatuck Valley Community College. The Keynote Speaker will be Dr. María Harper-Marinick, Chancellor of The Maricopa County Community College District, one of the largest community college systems in the nation.