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Day of the Dead

Friday, Nov 1, 3 pm
University of Oregon, School of Law, Wayne Morse Commons

The Latinx Law Student Association invites you to celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The Day of the Dead is a primarily Mexican holiday, but is also celebrated all throughout Latin America and the United States. From November 1 to November 2, it is believed that the passageway between the real world and the spirit world is open, and the deceased can come back to visit their loved ones. The Day of the Dead is not associated with Halloween. The Day of the Dead is not a time...

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Documentary Night - Which Way Home

Wednesday, Mar 1, 7 pm
110 Knight Law

Join LALSA and CFLA for a documentary that follows unaccompanied child migrants as they journey through Mexico to the U.S.


Food will be provided. 

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Our Children's Burden: How Public Education Helps Sustain a Diverse Democracy

Tuesday, Oct 18, 7 pm
Knight Law Center 175

LALSA is co-sponsoring a presentation and discussion with Wayne Morse Chair Amy Stuart Wells of Columbia - Part of the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics' theme of inquiry, The Future of Public Education


FREE and open to the public. 

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Diversity Panel Event

Monday, Feb 23, 12:30 pm
Law School Rm 175

The Latina/o Law Student Association will be hosting the Annual Diversity Panel Event at the University of Oregon School of Law. The aim of this event will be to start a discourse about the various diversity issues we face in the classroom and workplace. Everyone is welcome to attend!

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