University of Idaho - I Banner
A student works at a computer

VandalStar

U of I's web-based retention and advising tool provides an efficient way to guide and support students on their road to graduation. Login to VandalStar.

Latinx Heritage Month

Latinx Heritage Month started in the 1960s to commemorate Mexico’s independence, U.S. citizenship and Puerto Rico's Independence Day. All month long, we recognize and celebrate the contributions of the Latinx community in the U.S., past and present.

During Latinx Heritage Month, U of I hosts leaders from around the region to speak about their experiences in civic engagement, political empowerment and advocating for human rights.

Questions?

Contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at 208-885-7716 or email oma@uidaho.edu.

Latinx Heritage Month 2020

Latinx Heritage Month Keynote Event: A Badge of Honor Not Shame: An Afro-Latina Theory of Black-imiento


5 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 6

Dr. Amalia Dache presented her Keynote Speech, "A Badge of Honor Not Shame: An Afro-Latina Theory of Black-imiento" via Zoom.

A recording of the presentation can be found here.

Dache-Amalia-poster

Latinx Heritage Month Keynote Event: An Invitation to the Latinx Revolution


5 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 15

Author, creator, poet and entrepreneur Kim Guerra will present a Keynote Speech titled, "An Invitation to the Latinx Revolution," via Zoom webinar.

Please register for the event in advance here.

Kim Guerra_ Print

Save the Dates

  • Dia de los Muertos: Nov. 1
    Traditional Mexican holiday to honor ancestors and loved ones that has passed on.
  • Farmworker Awareness Week: March
    The community is invited to participate in social action events regarding farmworker issues.

Contact Us

Teaching & Learning Center Room 230

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Dr. MS 2439
Moscow, ID 83844-2439

Phone: 208-885-7716

Fax: 208-885-9494

Email: oma@uidaho.edu

Map