The History of the Latino Vote in Hartford

Spotlight on Excellence     May 2013

 

THE HISTORY OF THE LATINO VOTE IN HARTFORD

 

ABSENT?

 

THE HISTORY OF THE LATINO VOTE IN HARTFORD

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

 

St. Anne-Immaculate Conception Church
820 Park Street, Hartford

 

Refreshments at 5:30 PM ~ Program at 6:00 PM

Join us for a community conversation on the history and present state of the political mobilization of the Latino Community in Hartford.

Moderador ~ Moderator
Evelyn Mantilla

Panelistas ~ Panelists
Madelyn Colon, Political Analyst & Writer
Olga DeLaRosa, Community Member
Mayra Esquilin, Executive Director, HART
Ana Maria Garcia, U.S. Census Bureau
Victor Quinones, Community Member
Charles Venator Santiago, Professor, University of Connecticut

 

Program Sponsors

Hartford Public Library

Coalición Hartford Vota~Hartford Votes Coalition

 

 

This project is made possible in part by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 

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¿AUSENTE?

 

LA HISTORIA DEL VOTO LATINO EN HARTFORD

Miercoles, 22 de mayo, 2013

 

St. Anne-Immaculate Conception Church
820 Park Street, Hartford

 

Refrescos a las 5:30 PM ~ Programa a las 6:00 PM

Únase a nosotros para una conversación comunitaria sobre la historia y el presente estado de la mobilización política del pueblo Latino en Hartford.

Moderador ~ Moderator
Evelyn Mantilla

Panelistas ~ Panelists
Madelyn Colon, Analista Político y Escritor
Olga DeLaRosa, Miembro de la Comunidad
Mayra Esquilin, Director Ejecutivo, HART
Ana Maria Garcia, U.S. Census Bureau
Victor Quinones, Miembro de la Comunidad
Charles Venator Santiago, Profesor, University of Connecticut

 

Patrocinadores de Programa

Hartford Public Library

Coalición Hartford Vota~Hartford Votes Coalition

 

 

Fundado en parte atreves de una beca por medio del U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 

 

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