Now available: Results for our NEH-funded Museum Survey

The results of our Survey of Small Historical Societies, Libraries and Museums for Hispanic Materials and Their Management, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) are now available on our website. Click on MUSEUM SURVEY in our menu bar to access the grant
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The University of Houston's Arte Público Press/ Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Presents: Extra, Extra! The Hispanic Literary Heritage of Texas at the Central Houston Public Library. September 7 through October 31, 2018. Free exhibit! Visit the Central Houston Public Library to view newspapers and rare books from the Arte Público Press/Recovery collection! Location: 2nd and 3rd floors of the Central Houston Public Library. 500 McKinney Street, Houston, Texas 77002. Visit Arte Puúblico Press website at atrepublicopress.com. Exhibit curated by Elena V. Valdez (Rice University) and supported by a grant frm the Rice University Humanities Research Center.

HPL exhibit: ¡Extra, Extra! The Hispanic Literary Heritage of Texas

  ¡Extra, Extra! The Hispanic Literary Heritage of Texas is an exhibit of Spanish-language newspapers and first-edition books from the Arte Público Press/Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage collections. This is a free exhibit located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the
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Registration Now Open for the 9th Annual Disparities in Health in the Global Context Summer Workshop

Chair of the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health, Professor Sir Michael Marmot, will be the Keynote Speaker of the Workshop From June 20 to 25, 2011, the Center for Research on Minority Health of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center will hold its annual
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Webinars

Click on these links for a list of upcoming webinars on childhood obesity, child health and food policy http://www.nccor.org/upcoming_events_webinars.html http://www.yaleruddcenter.org/news.aspx?id=36 http://www.reversechildhoodobesity.org/webinars http://www.phlpnet.org/phlp/webinars
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Upcoming Classes on Caring for Children with Diabetes

Two-hour class on Caring for Children with Diabetes to be offered April 5, May 12 and June 6 in Boston The Joslin Diabetes Center’s class will equip caregivers with the best ways to care for diabetic children. Topics to be discussed include the basics of diabetes, blood glucose
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Save the date for the Cielo Latino Annual Gala to Fight AIDS

At the Latino Commission on AIDS, we envision a world without HIV & AIDS and our work will not end until we can safeguard the health of our communities against this disease and all of its ramifications. To that end, we ask that you allow yourself to imagine this outcome and
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Folk Treasures of Mexico

Folk Treasures of Mexico: The Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection

This updated edition of the long out-of-print book focusing on this stunning collection of Mexican folk art contains a new foreword by Rockefeller’s daughter, Ann Rockefeller Roberts, and a new prologue by Marion Oettinger, Jr., the director of the San Antonio Museum of Art.
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One small patch of land, one giant leap for a community

In author Diane de Anda’s The Patchwork Garden / Pedacitos de huerto (Piñata Books, 2013), a young girl inspires her neighbors to create community gardens full of delicious vegetables. Toña loves to listen to her Abuela’s stories about when she was a young girl. When her
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THE JACKETS author Liz DeJesus goes on tour

DeJesus sets out to promote her work Event Schedule: Book Signing at Acorn Books Saturday, April 13, 1:00 – 3:00 PM 1030 Forrest Ave, Ste 114, Dover DE For more information, click here.   Third Annual Authors and Audiences Event Satuday, April 20, 1:00 – 3:00 PM
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