Tertulia’s guest Ginetta Candelario spoke about the book “Cien Años de Feminismos Dominicanos”, a collection of documents related to the birth and development of feminism in the Dominican Republic collected from archives that date from 1865 and compiled by the authors Elizabeth Manley, April Mayes and Ginetta Candelario.
Ilan Stavans, Lewis-Sebring Professor of Latin American and Latino Cultures at Amherst College was Tertulia’s guest on November 20,2016.
Tertulia’s guest on September 18, 2016 was Eileen Crosby, Archivist of Local History Collection at Holyoke Public Library. She spoke about the project Nuestros Senderos y Nuestras Vidas en Holyoke, Our Journeys and Our Lives in Holyoke, a Community Digitization Day on September 24 at Enlace de Familias, Holyoke.
Tertulia’s guests on September 11, 2016 were Aracelis Sánchez, Development Coordinator and Teresa Córdoba, Latina Outreach Coordinator at New England Learning Center for Women in Transition.
On April 12, 2016 the local public TV station WGBY celebrated the beginning of their weekly bilingual (English/Spanish) show on Thursday, April 14.
Tertulia’s guest on April 10, 2016 was Dr. David Deaton of Baystate’s Cardiac Surgery Division. We talked about Aortic Aneurysm,its symptoms, diagnostic testing, genetic predisposition, different […]
Teresita A. Levy, Ph.D., did a presentation and discussion of her new book “Puerto Ricans in the Empire: Tobacco Growers and U.S. Colonialism” published by Rutgers […]
Tertulia’s guest on March 20, 2016 was Manuel Frau Ramos, editor of El Sol Latino, the only Latino owned newspaper in western Massachusetts. We talked about some of the factors that contributed to the crisis in Puerto Rico.
This is a short interview with María Hinojosa on Friday, March 4, 2016 at Springfield Technical Community College as part of the Diversity Series. María […]
Tertulia’s guest on February 28,2016 was Christine Judd, M.Ed , Director of Roca in Springfield, whose motto is “Less Jail, More Future”. We spoke about […]