Latinx Heritage Month Luncheon (By Invitation Only)
Theme: “Latinx in the United States: Past and Present”
Featured Keynote Speaker: Pedro A. Regalado, Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies, Yale University; CCP Alumnus ’11
How has our evolving Latinx community resisted oppressive forces in the past? And how has it established bonds of kinship in the process while providing future generations a roadmap for survival and happiness? Regalado’s address will tackle the pressing issues that the nation’s Latinx community face today by providing some retrospect on how we have arrived at this moment of crisis and urgency, and how we might move forward.
Pedro A. Regalado is a Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies at Yale University and a 2011 graduate of Community College of Philadelphia with an A.A. in Secondary Education/History. His research focuses on the intersection of race, immigration, capitalism, and the built environment during the 20th century. The working title of his dissertation is “Where Angels Fear to Tread: Latinx Work and the Making of New York.” Most recently, he was awarded the Jefferson Scholars National Fellowship. In 2017, the Society for American City & Regional Planning History awarded his paper, “Fixed Capital: Building Transition and Drug Capitalism in New York City, 1961-1997,” the best student research paper at the 17th National Conference on Planning History. Regalado’s work has been featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, and Public Seminar. He also has forthcoming publications in The Journal of Urban History and Ohio Valley History.
This Latinx Heritage Month event is sponsored by Student Development