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Stony Brook Athletics proudly celebrates their heritage

Stony Brook Athletics will spotlight student-athletes in a video series throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, beginning with men's soccer junior midfielder Jack Valderrabano, sophomore Danny Jara,  junior Matias Prando, women's basketball senior forward India Pagan, freshman Sofia Chambers, sophomore Amanda Kosa, softball freshman Alicia Orosco, and  junior, Antonio Aguilar.  Also learn more on Emilio Quevedo and a legacy of the Fernandes brothers by mens soccer senior Gabriel Fernandes.

Thursday, October 1, 2020
@ 12:30 PM - Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

Register in advance to join this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Keynote Speakers:
Judith Brown Clarke. Ph.D., Vice President of Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer 

Adam Gonzalez, Ph.D., Director of Behavioral Health and Founding Director of the Mind-Body Clinical Research Center, Renaissance School of Medicine

Tuesday, OCTOBER 6, 2020
Colorism and Race in Latino/a/x Culture 
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@ 6:00 PM

A conversation with community members and experts about the history and continued complexity of race, ethnicity and color.
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Monday, October 12, 2020

A Conversation with Sebastián Calfuqueo Aliste, Mapuche visual artist. They will present about their recent work, contemporary Chilean politics, and the ongoing extractive industries in Wallmapu. Part of the “Pressing Matters” Lecture Series. 
Zoom registration is required for this event. Registration deadline October 11.
 Click here to register. 

Thursday, October 15, 2020
@ 1:00 PM - Latinx Stories: Voices of Heritage 

Author Panel + Q&A. Rudy Ruiz (moderator), Cecilia AragonJennifer GivhanAlex Temblador, and Sergio Troncoso each discuss their writing, how being Latinx in the U.S. has shaped their craft, and what they wish readers knew about their work. 
Free with Zoom registration.

@ 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM -
NY State-Wide Manufacturing Day 2020!

NY-MEP centers will host a virtual manufacturing networking event to connect students, administrators and manufacturers around the state. The focus is to highlight STEM disciplines that lead to manufacturing careers.  Attendees can register here:

@ 6:00 - 7:00 PM 

Join CSTEP (Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program) and the Center for Civic Justice to discuss and learn about voting and taking action in our communities! "VOTE AND TAKE ACTION!"   Click here to RSVP.

Thursday, October 22, 2020
@ 6:00 - 7:00 PM - Game Night with CSTEP (Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program)

Sponsored by CSTEP

DEADLINE HHM Awards & Scholarships 
Apply online!


Check out some of the great menusthat will be featured at East Side and West Side dine-in:

Dominican Republic: Lunch on October 6 - Carne Guisada, Arroz con Gandules, Fried Okra, Stewed Eggplant over Rice, Chimichurri Taco and Dominica Pudin de Pan.

Global Night Peru: Dinner on October 7 - Pork Loin Adobe, Roasted Potatoes, Lima Beans, Butifarra, Shoestring Fries with Cilantro Crema, Vegan Lomo Saltado, Ensalada de Pallares, and Mamama’s Crema Volteada.

Guest Chef Adrian Carrillo - Mexico: Dinner on October 13 - Pork Pozole, Smoky Chipotle Braised Butternut Squash and Pinto Bean Chili and Roasted Hominy.

Puerto Rico: Lunch on October 20 - Pollo Fricassee with Rice, Tostones, Braised Swiss Chard, Tripleta Sandwich, Pastelon Pizza, Pineapple Rum Cake.

Global Night Spain: Dinner on October 21 - Paella with Mussels, Shrimp & Salmon, Boiled Yuca, Patatas Bravas, Serranito Bocadillo Sandwich, Catalan Ratatouille Samfaina and Churros.

Brazil: Lunch on October 27Tricolor Quinoa w/ Brazilian Beef, Vegetable Feijoada, Brazilian Torta w/ Avocado Pineapple Salsa, Portuguese Pizza, Whole Wheat Penne w/ Brazilian Black Beans & Sweet Potato Stew and Mousse de Maracuja

Guest Chef Fred Long - Mexico: Dinner on October 27 -  Chili Lime Tilapia, Aztec Blend Rice, Street Corn Style Warm Salad, Baked Mushroom, Queso Blanco and Spanish Rice Stuffed Chili Relleno with Chili Spiced Breadcrumb Topping.

Monday, October 26, 2020
Ponte Ready! Celebrating Día de Muertos with La Newyorkina El Museo del Barrio - stream via zoom

Dia de Muertos is almost here (November 1)! Join us for a special edition of Ponte Ready with Fanny Gerson, creator of La Newyorkina, who will share with us her recipe of Pan de Muerto, while discussing the history and symbolism of the beloved baked good and share personal anecdotes about Dia de Muertos.  FREE ADMISSION | To RSVP, click here

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
@ 9:00 PM - American Murder: The Family Next Door - LASO Movie Night stream via zoom; Meeting ID: 983 1282 0027; Password: 338203

Want to hear the gruesome story everyone’s been talking about 👀? Spooky season is upon us 🎃👻 and La Familia is here to make sure you stay up to date! Throw on some comfy clothes, grab a snack🍿 and join LASO at our Netflix Party next Tuesday at 9 PM as we learn the truth behind the Watts family murders🤯 This documentary is sure to send a chill down your spine🥶 Join us using the link in our bio @sbu_laso. We can’t wait to see you there‼️*Make sure you have Google Chrome installed so you can Netflix Party with us*   

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
@ 7:00 PM 
NOCHE DE ARTE (POSTER) stream via facebook 

Spoken word poet, actor, singer-songwriter, and community activist Caridad de la Luz, or “La Bruja,” will perform and showcase student performances. The event will be streamed through Facebook, click the link to join:
We are looking to have four (4) student performers to showcase their talent (spoken word, singing, dancing, etc.) during the zoom event. Performing students will receive a prize for participating.  Here is the link to the google form for any interested students: 
Please spread the word!

Co-sponsored by HHM, Latin American Student Organization, the Black & Latino Alumni Network and the Stony Brook Alumni Association.  

THURSDAY, October 29
@ 8:00 PM - MOVIE NIGHT:  John Leguizamo's "Latin History for Morons" - 90 minutes

Get your popcorn, snacks & drinks and let's enjoy a night of laughter together. In this one-man Broadway show, John Leguizamo finds humor and heartbreak as he traces 3,000 years of Latin history in an effort to help his bullied son.   Register in advance for this meeting:  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  Feel free to share this invitation with a friend! 

SUNDAY, November 1

Día de Muertos | Our celebration of Día de Muertos kicks off with an opening presentation by the dance group Danza Azteca. Honoring its ancestral indigenous routes the folkloric ensemble opens the two-day celebration with a lively performance and ritual.  FREE,  To register, click here

MONDAY, November 2 - HHM 2020 Article
@ 4:00 PM - Hispanic Heritage Month Closing Ceremony 31st Annual Awards

Please join our keynote speaker, Dr. Mel Pilar EspaillatMedical Science Liaison at Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, as we celebrate and recognize the achievements and contributions of Faculty, Staff, and Students on our 31st Annual Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) celebration.   Open to all. 

WEDNESDAY, November 4
@ 2:00 PM - SBU Libraries Presents: The Mexican Restaurants of New York City

In this talk, Fernando Amador III, a PhD candidate in the History Department, will present digital humanities work completed during his Spring 2020 internship in the Center for Digital Humanities at Stony Brook University Libraries.  Headed by Dr. Lori Flores, Amador’s team created a digital history project on the history of Mexican food/restaurants in New York City from the 1930s to the present day. Amador will talk about how they gathered data and his specific role in creating the interactive maps. Visit the Website link.  

Please register for the event via Zoom.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

THURSDAY, November 5
@ 3:00 PM - LACS Stony Brook & Greater Left/Greater Caribbean: Undertheorized Radical Movements in the Archipelago series

Jorell Meléndez-Badillo (History, Dartmouth College) - Following the Revolution: The Transnational Activism of Blanca and Juan Moncaleano, 1911-1916.  Presented by Régulo Silva  (PhD Candidate, Hispanic Languages and Literature). Join via Zoom Meeting ID: 966 6689 1148, Passcode: 638249. 

THURSDAY, November 12
@ 3:00 PM - LACS Stony Brook & Greater Left/Greater Caribbean: Undertheorized Radical Movements in the Archipelago series

Cristina Pérez Jiménez (Manhattan College) - Logics of Empire: The Latino Left, Hispanist Center, and the Spanish Civil War in New York.  Join via Zoom Meeting ID: 952 2671 8843, Passcode: 702891.

TUESDAY, November 17
@ 6:00 PM - Café Por La Tarde – A Panel Conversation with Hispanic Business Owners

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we are keeping the momentum going! We look forward to hosting a casual panel discussion of Hispanic business owners to share their journey and challenges along their path. Please share the event! Join Zoom Meeting ID: 997 9934 4375, Password: 894643.