Lifeways - Hilos Culturales Lecture Series
Over the centuries the unique culture of the San Luis Valley has remained vibrant.
Impressed by a heritage they share with family and community, a group of Adams State staff and faculty organized the Title V Hilos Culturales class and lecture series, "Lifeways of the San Luis Valley."
"Lifeways of the San Luis Valley and the American Southwest,"
explores the cultural richness of the San
Luis Valley within the context of the multitude of Southwestern and
Upper Rio Grande traditions.
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Office of Title V Grant Initiatives
Lillian Gomez, M.A.
Melissa Freeman, Ph.D.
Andrea Benton-Maestas, M.A.
ASU Women's Week invitation; hosted by the Latin@/Hispanic Caucus.
Celebrating women, culture and community.
Monday, March 6, 2017 - MCD 101 - 6pm-8pm
Title V Grants
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