In three parts with ROBERTO LOVATO
Thursday, October 15
On US Politics and the Central American Diaspora
(Professor Arely Zimmerman, Pomona College class)
12:45 -1:45 p.m.
On Central America Historical Memory, Solidarity and Transnational Organizing
(Professor Suyapa Portillo Villeda, Pitzer College Class)
On Central American Migration and Building Sanctuary and Solidarity
(Professor Gilda Ochoa, Pomona College Class)
Meeting ID for each session: 325 392 6685
Sponsored by: Intercollegiate Dept of Chicanx Latinx Studies, Chicano/a Latino/a Transnational
Field Group, Teaching and Learning Committee Pitzer College, and Pomona College Wig Teaching
Roberto Lovato is an educator, journalist and writer based at The Writers Grotto. He’s also the author of Unforgetting: A Memoir of Family, Migration, Gangs and Revolution in the Americas (Harper Collins). A recipient of a reporting grant from the Pulitzer Center, Lovato has reported on the drug war, violence, terrorism in Mexico, Venezuela, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Haiti, France and the United States.
Lovato was born in San Francisco to Salvadoran immigrants who raised him in the City by the Bay’s historic Mission District, home to the highest concentration of murals of any neighborhood in the world—and the reason his aesthetic is California urban, not “tropical.”
More info on his website: https://robertolovato.com/about/
Amazon Author page: www.amazon.com/author/robertolovato