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“Latina Spiritualities” – A Lecture by Professor Lara Medina

 Join us for a special presentation by Dr. Lara Medina, California State University at Northridge

“Latina Spiritualities: Paths of Creativity and Responsibility”

Thursday, April 25th

6:00 ~ 7:30 p.m.

Katz Hall 101

Reception will follow the lecture

Dr. Medina’s presentation will provide an overview of the diverse strands of Mexican American/Chicana spiritualities, beginning with an historical perspective on our indigenous lineages, the impact of Christianity, and ongoing creative strategies to sustain spiritual and political activism.  This event is sponsored by Latina/Latino Studies Program, Women’s & Gender Studies Program,  and the Bernardin Haskell Lecture Series Fund.

The lecture is open to UMKC students, faculty, and staff, and members of the Kansas City community.