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Our History, Our Voice: Latiné at Duke

Exhibit open from January 2024-December 2025

Franklin Gallery, 2nd Floor Classroom Building, East Campus

Join us for the exhibit launch celebration. Visitors will hear from faculty and student curators of the exhibit and have an opportunity to visit the exhibit. The exhibit is fully bilingual.

Hosted by: History Department; Wilhelmina M. Reuben-Cooke Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Practices Project
Thursday, January 25, 2024
6:30 PM
Open to: Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Public
Contact: Jamie Hardy

Come celebrate the launch of the exhibit “Nuestra historia, Nuestra voz: Latinas/os/es/x en Duke” at the Franklin Galleries in Classroom Building! Remarks will be given from 5-5:30 PM and refreshments will be available. This exhibit documents and celebrates the history of Latiné students at Duke University by examining their contributions, the various ways they have been included or excluded from campus life over time, and how the current generation is imagining a different kind of Latiné future at Duke.

Free parking is available in the East Gated Lot.