University Speaker Series, Spring 2022

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Feb. 4th - Armando Rendon, J. D., author of the epic book, Chicano Manifesto & Senior Editor for Somos en escrito & Founding Board Member of the Colegio Chicano del Pueblo

Feb. 11th - Richard Harris, Ph.D. author of the best-selling book on Che Guevara Death of a Revolutionary & Senior Editor for The Journal of Developing Societies

Feb. 25th - Ricardo Inzunza, Ph.D. former Deputy Director, U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service (Presidential Appointee) and author of American Together: A Journey to the Land of Second Chances

Mar. 11th - Roberto DeVillar, Professor Emeritus, song writer & author of Cultural Diversity in Schools: From Rhetoric to Practice

Apr. 8th - Refugio Rochin, Ph.D., Nobel Prize (Team Member), Founding Director of the Latino Museum at the Smithsonian Institute, Former Director of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos in the Sciences, and, Founder of Chicano Studies at the University of California

Apr. 22nd - Rick Najera, MFA, International recognized Broad-way director, producer, HBO Award Winning Comedienne, Host of Latino Thought Makers, Most Powerful & Influential Latinos in Entertainment Award, and, Co-Author (along with Sanjiv Chopra, Ph.D.) of Tell Your Story: Seven Principles of Writing and Speaking, also author of Almost White: Forced Confessions of a Latino in Hollywood. Rick will address Latino Leadership and Strategies for Overcoming Obstacles in Hollywood & Life

Apr. 29th - Carrie Lara, Psy.D. Psychotherapist & Award Winning Author for Two Children’s Books, Marvelous Maravilloso: Me and My Beautiful Family & The Heart of Mi Familia.
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StatePublished - 2022


  • Social and Behavioral Sciences

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