September 15 – October 15
Voces de Resistencia - Visions of Resilience
Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, UTSA will showcase community leaders, faculty, staff and students around significant themes in Latino culture. The theme this year is Voces de Resistencia / Visions of Resilience to promote stories of strength and perseverance. This month’s events will inspire you to face adversity with strength and build resiliency as many Latino immigrants did when leaving their home countries to pursue the American Dream.
Building on a Legacy La Lucha Sigue From the Past to the Future
Rosie Castro delivers a keynote on Leadership and the Cesar Chavez Celebration.
University Relations Speakers Series
Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote Address Congressman Joaquin Castro
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by connecting and volunteering (virtually) with a local Hispanic community-engaged agency.
Campus Recreation wants you to get active by participating in our group exercise Loteria program.
Art Installation at Gallery 23
Week 3 | “History”
The Impact of COVID19 on the Latino Community; University Relations Speakers Series
Building on a Legacy La Lucha Sigue From the Past to the Future- Rosie Castro
3rd Texas Latino Policy Symposium: COVID-19 and the Effects on Texas Latino Population
Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) and their role in serving students and their communities
Week 4 | “Voices”
Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote Address Congressman Joaquin Castro: University Relations Speakers Series
Week 5 | “Culture”
Zona Cultural & Historic Market Square Placemaking Report: University Relations Speakers Series
Week 1 | “Indigenous People”
Week 2 | “Inquiry”
Resistance and Resilience: Lessons from the Chicano Movement of the 60’s and 70’s
2020 Virtual National Latinas in Leadership Breakfast “The Rise, Power and Influence of Latina Leaders”