Center for Puerto Rican Studies
At Hunter College
You Are A Star
A Group Show
Manuel Acevedo — Luis Carle
Javier Cintron — David A. Cruz
Ricardo Hernandez — Yasmin Hernandez
Miguel Luciano — Wanda Ortiz
Rafael Rosario — Tufinyito
Curated by José Vidal
September 18–October 13, 2006
Reception on September 21, 2006
The Gallery is open
Monday-Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Centro is located on the third floor of the East Building
Hunter College at the corner of 68th Street and Lexington Avenue
6th Annual Peoples’ Reception for Puerto Rico Delegation and
The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign Invites You To Join:
Ismael Guadalupe, Viequense Leader/Freedom Fighter
Ramon Nenadich, National Congress for the Decolonization of Puerto Rico (CONADE)
Licenciado Nelson Rochet Santoro, CONADE
Licenciado Manuel RodrÃguez, Spokesperson, Socialist Front of Puerto Rico & Other Ant-Colonial, Pro-Vieques, Pro-Independence, And Political Prisoner Activist Presenters Before The 2006 United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization Hearings This year.
Monday June 12, 2006
Hunter College West Building
Room 217, 2nd Floor
68th St. & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
#6 Lexington Avenue train to Hunter College
68th Street Stop
7:00pm-9pm Panel Presentations/Comments/Questions & Answers
Perspectives & Updates:
Vieques Landgrab: The Second Invasion!
Crisis & Bankruptcy of the Colonial Model in Puerto Rico Continues.
Attacks on Workers and the Labor Movement.
FBI Repression of the Independence Movement/Colonial Government Complicity.
Puerto Rican Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War
Puerto Rican Students/Youth Lead The Fight Back.
Donation Requested/No One Turned Away
All Proceeds Go To:
Antonio Camacho Freedom Fund
Commissary For the Puerto Rican Political Prisoners
and Prisoners of War
Book presentation and panel discussion
Virgina Sanchez Korrol, Ph.D.
Victoria Nunez, Ph.D.
Lisa M. Sanchez, Ph.D.
March 8, 6:30PM – 8PM
President’s Conference Room
East Building, 17th Floor
East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue
For info: 212.772.5714
Center for Puerto Rican Studies
At the Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Presents Works by:
Curated by Jose Vidal
March 6 to April 7, 2006
Reception on March 23, 6-8 PM
Gallery is open
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9AM – 5PM
Tuesday 9AM – 8PM
Friday and Saturday 12PM – 6PM
Centro Gallery is located on the third floor of the East Building at Hunter College, corner of 68th Street and Lexington Avenue.
Book & Panel Presentation
Ramon Bosque-Perez and Jose Javier Colon Morera, presenters
President’s Conference Room, 17th Floor
East 68th & Lexington Avenue
Aesthetic Accomplishments, Political Commitments:
An exhibition of prints from the Hunter College Collection of Puerto Rican Prints
Curated by Miguel Trelles
November 1 – December 8, 2007
Thursday, November 1, 2007
from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College
68th Street & Lexington Avenue, South West Corner
IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
THE LATINO HONOR SOCIETY
AND THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT OF HUNTER COLLEGE
CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO THE 2ND ANNUAL
LATINAS IN THE MEDIA
MARCH 26, WEDNESDAY, THOMAS HUNTER HALL Room #105, 6:30 PM
FABULOUS LATINA WOMEN IN MEDIA SHARE THEIR SUCCESS STORIES!
“LATINAS IN THE MEDIA’ is meant to provide students the opportunity to hear from and speak with Latina women who have gained success in the media industry and to celebrate their accomplishments not just as women and as members of the Latino community, but as professionals .It is essential at a time in history when our quality of life is so greatly affected by the media and when such a small percentage of the media is produced or controlled by minorities and/or females.
REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Please forward to anyone in your networks who may be interested in attending. Thank you.
The Latino Honor Society has been in existence at Hunter College since 1990. Founded to recognize the efforts and achievements of Latino students at Hunter College, and to encourage their growth and development as they seek to further pursue their careers, LHS also functions as a network for Latino students. We work to help members gain information and create alliances within and outside of Hunter, while striving towards academic excellence.