Reclaiming Latina Feminism: Reproductive Justice and the Puerto Rican Woman
Tuesday, April 11th
Student Center East White Oak Room AB
UIC Sociology professors, Dr. Lorena Garcia and Dr. Nilda Flores-Gonzalez, along with Dr. Elena Gutierrez, will discuss the lasting impact of the sterilization of Puerto Rican women in the early 20th century on the community today and how it relates to more recent calls for reproductive justice among Latinx.
This is part of The 23rd Annual Pa’Lante Conference: Celebrating Chicago’s Puerto Rican Community and Scholarship, April 10-14, presented by The UIC Union for Puerto Rican Students and co-sponsored by UIC Sociology.
Colloquium with Prof. Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz, Northwestern University
Wednesday, April 12
12-1:30pm @ BSB 4105
White Demographobia: Race, Media, and the Statisticalization of Latino Threat
“Building a Career with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology”
Friday, April 14
2:00-3:30pm @ BSB 4105
Join us to screen this webinar together, followed by a conversation with Sociology faculty about what to do with a Sociology degree. Pizza and beverages provided!