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September 16, 2022

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Friday, September 16, 2022

All Day Fall 2022 SGA Election Nominations Interest (Multi-Day Event)
Would you like to make a difference on campus? Do you want to be a voice for other students? Consider running for a seat in the Fall 2022 Student Government Association Elections. The SGA is an 18 member board that serves as the liaison between the students and the college administration. Any student that is registered for at least 6 credits and has a GPA of 2.0 (first semester students do not have a GPA requirement) is eligible to run.
Elections will take place in late September or early October for (11) At-Large Representative positions. Students wishing to run for election should RSVP to this event and complete the Fall 2022 SGA Election Candidate Request form. Represent your peers, serve your school, and build your leadership skills.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: All MWCC Campuses
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM The Creation of Hispanics
The Creation of Hispanics is a fun dive into the construction and complications of one of America's largest ethnic groups.  In the beginning of the 21st Century Latinos(x)/ Hispanics surpassed African Americans as the largest “Non-Dominant” Ethnic group, but what does this mean?

Before 1970 groups of Latin origin were not seen as a collective.  Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Ricans were lumped into "white" the rest were categorized by US region or national origin. In 1970 The US Census Bureau to create a broad, national category that included all these communities. 
This multimedia performance is led by veteran comic performers Ron Jones and Will Luera.  The piece is the creation of Jones, Luera and Julio Ricardo Varela of “Latino Rebels” 
Their objective is to give audiences a more complicated view of the beauty, complexity, similarities and most importantly the differences that are too often homogenized into the terms “Latino(x) /Hispanic.  It will show the nuance and complication that is, in many instances, national or geographic rather than ethnic. 

The performance will also point out some of the challenges that many of us may see as uniquely “American”.  Americans did not invent color bias. Just like African Americans,  Latinos(x) / Hispanics across the world  are not immune to the challenges that play out based on the color of one's skin.  For ongoing colonial impacts to the challenges to achieving the American dream, The Creation of Hispanics is a engaging and essential work for all audiences”

Just like for most European immigrants, after a few generations, national identity tends to become American identity.  Unlike Europeans many Latinos (x) /Hispanics do not have always have the luxury of just blending in; even if they want to. Like any culture in America, there are benefits and deficits to stripping away the old world.
This is offered free by Dialogues on Diversity in conjunction with the Community Colleges of Allegheny County. Q&A and Discussion to follow.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

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Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Zoom

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