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Safe Spaces: Episode 1 – No Place Like Home

Published: Dec 21st, 2016

http://ufdcimages.uflib.ufl.edu/AA/00/05/30/78/00001/SPOHP%20-%20Safe%20Spaces-%20Episode%201.mp3   This first episode of the Safe Spaces series spring-boards off of the controversial acceptance letter sent out this year to incoming students of the University of Chicago, and… Read More

New Event Recording: “An Interview with Dolores Huerta,” April 16, 2016

Published: May 31st, 2016

  Gainesville, FL–On April 16, 2016, the first Hispanic-Latinx Student Union Conference at the University of Florida welcomed Dolores Huerta as their keynote speaker. The conference, “Juntos Logramos Más: Together… Read More

Now Online: “La raza: ¿Cómo me veo? ¿Cómo me ven?” SPN 3948 Documentary

Published: Apr 20th, 2016

Dr. Kathy Navajas’s Spring 2016 Service Learning Class created the film, “La raza: ¿Cómo me veo? ¿Cómo me ven? / Race: How Do I See Myself? How Do Others See… Read More

Now Online: “Documenting Ethnic Studies Struggles Through Oral History” Panel Discussion!

Published: Mar 17th, 2016

SPOHP field researchers organized the event at Prescott College to take place during the spring break research trip documenting ethnic studies. Event held on March 3, 2015 in Tucson, AZ.

“La voz de experiencia: The voice of experience” Fall 2015 Documentary with SPN 3948 Now Available

Published: Dec 8th, 2015

Immigrants come to the United States for many reasons, for economic, political, and family reasons. Hence, they should not be viewed and a single entity, since each one has different… Read More

Nov. 12, Moviendo Fronteras: Soy Quien Soy, Immigrant Voices

Published: Nov 10th, 2015

Join LDAP as we listen to and discuss immigration stories from our archives at the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures, Thursday, November 12, at 1:00 p.m. Why do Latin Americans immigrate to… Read More

LDAP Familia WordPress Blog Newly Launches for Fall 2015

Published: Oct 28th, 2015

Coordinators for the Latina/o Diaspora in the Americas Project created a story box that speaks to resilience, resistance, love, and community in an exploration of the complexities of race and socioeconomic background.

SPOHP Earns 2015 Diversity Award from the Society of American Archivists

Published: Oct 12th, 2015

SPOHP was recognized for ongoing work documenting community organizing, including the Latina/o Diaspora in the Americas Project (LDAP), newly founded in 2014. Coordinators Génesis Lara and Brittney Mejia accepted the award.

LDAP Receives National Endowment for the Humanities ‘Latino Americans: 500 Years of History’ Grant

Published: Aug 28th, 2015

Gainesville, FL—The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program has been selected to receive a competitive Latino Americans: 500 Years of History grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and… Read More

Latina/o Diaspora in the Americas Project (LDAP) Founding Video Released

Published: Aug 17th, 2015

New for the Fall 2015 semester, coordinator Génesis Lara talks about the origins of the LDAP project with SPOHP Director Dr. Paul Ortíz.