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Cooley Celebrates Diversity and Hispanic Heritage Month

Video news brief of the Cooley Law School's Hispanic and Latino Law Society's recognition of the Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month.
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Upcoming Events Celebrating Hispanic Heritage


From Community Voices Online:

Oct. 6-Nov. 4: Allendale: Fall Arts Exhibition: Dialogue with Argentine Artists- 5-7 p.m., Grand Valley State University Art Gallery. Call 616-331-8110.

Oct. 11: Allendale: Argentine Film Night: “Felicitas.” 7 p.m., GVSU Kirkhof Center, area 51. Call 616-331-8110.

Oct. 14: Allendale: Roots of Tango: Milonga! Basic rhythms and movement in tango. 6-8 p.m., GVSU Fieldhouse 160, dance studio. Call 616-331-8110.

Oct. 20: Grand Rapids: 2011 Cesar E. Chavez Hispanic Excellence Scholarship Gala, guest speaker Jaime Martinez. 5:30-8:30 p.m., DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Ave. N.W. Call 616-942-5241.

Oct. 21: Grand Rapids: Tango from the Golden Era. 6-8 p.m., GVSU Fieldhouse. Call 616-331-8110.

Oct. 27: Allendale; Artistic Practice in the Gap. 4-5:30 p.m. GVSU Kirkhof Center. Ludmila Ferrari, Earlham College. Call 616-331-8110.

Oct. 28: Allendale: Milonga, social tango dance party. 6-9 p.m. GVSU fieldhouse 160, dance studio. Call 616-331-8110.

Oct. 31: Allendale: Argentine Film Night: “Cuestion de Principios/A Matter of Principles.” 7 p.m. GVSU Kirkhof Center area 51. Call 616-331-8110.


Inspired by the unexpected live latin jazz filling the Commerce Ave corridor between Fulton and Wealthy, this is an impromptu video-interview with the president of the Hispanic Latino Law Society at Cooley Law School, Ana Raquel Boter. This event took place on October 6 as a part of Cooley Law's Annual Diversity Week, celebrating Hispanic and Latino Heritage month.

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