Tag Archives: Latino Americans: 500 Years of History

Humanities Happenings 5/6-5/8

Traveling on the Kansas Turnpike between Topeka and Wichita this weekend? Be sure to take in one — or all — of three great humanities events along the way. Emporia: La Colonia de Emporia: Stories of the Latino Community The Lyon County … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings 4/22-4/24

April showers bring… many humanities events to bloom in Kansas. Find an event near you. Hays: When the Well Runs Dry In this short documentary film, ranchers, farmers, and residents of small Kansas towns tell their heartfelt stories about water, … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings 4/15-4/17

One weekend, many stories. Which humanities event will you choose to explore the stories that carry our culture? Arkansas City: Community Cookbooks of Kansas Community cookbooks have carried the stories of Kansas women over the years, sharing sentiments of home, family, … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings 2/26-2/27

Engage your mind with cultural opportunities this weekend. From Nicodemus’ connection to a vice president, early Latino American immigrants to the U.S., Title IX legislation and Kansas’ female athletes, the Kansas City Monarchs, and exhibitions exploring race and civil rights, the last … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings 10/30-11/1

It’s all treats and no tricks for humanities events in Kansas during the last weekend of National Arts and Humanities Month! Overland Park: Prejudice and Pride Frustrated by the persistent discrimination of the 1960s, Latino Americans organized labor and fashioned … Read full article »

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