Daniel Serda and Gene Chavez: Nuestra Herencia Americana (Our American Heritage)

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Daniel Serda reports his findings on immigration, discrimination, and preservation of Hispanic culture followed by Gene Chavez discussing the social and political dynamics that shape how communities co-exist and thrive.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
6:30pm @ Central Library

The 2011 Corinthian Hall lecture addresses minority heritage and a museum’s mission, capacity, and duty in this arena.

Nuestra Herencia Americana (Our American Heritage) features Daniel Serda and his findings on immigration, discrimination, and preservation of Hispanic culture. Following Serda’s presentation, Gene Chavez discusses the social and political dynamics that shape how majority and minority communities co-exist and thrive.

Co-sponsored by the Kansas City Museum at Corinthian Hall.

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