The History of Latinos in the United States

Christian Estevez will discuss the long history of Latinos in the United States including why many migrated from their countries of origin and the changes to our national borders. This presentation will include a discussion of the experience of Latinos in their quest to integrate into American culture, education, work and civic life. Presented by Christian Estevez, President of the Latino Action Network and Executive Vice President of Communications Workers of America, Local 1037 To sign up, visit bit.ly/UPLlive at least one hour in advance. 

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  1. Debbie Walter
  2. 908-851-5450 x3
  3. dwalter@uplnj.org
Wed, September 16
10:00 am — 10:45 am
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Christian Estevez will discuss the long history of Latinos in the United States including why many migrated from their countries of origin and the changes to our national borders. This presentation will include a discussion of the experience of Latinos in their quest to integrate into American culture, education, work and civic life. Presented by Christian Estevez, President of the Latino Action ...

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