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A More Perfect Union

HCC History Department presents Dr. David Shi in— " A More Perfect Union: The Dynamics of Race in American History". A specialist in intellectual and cultural history, David is the…

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From  Howard Bodner 2 Years ago 0 likes 0  

Immigration and Work in America: A Historical Perspective

Dr. Alan M. Kraut, professor of History and International Service at American University in Washington, D.C, author and editor of nine books, and former chair of the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island…

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The REEL - Immigration: Dreams and Realities

Guest Panelist: Ms. Maria Jimenez Activist in the Latino community for the last forty-seven years, Ms. Jimenez has organized campaigns for social change, has provided concrete support to immigrant…

From  bhakti.duran@hccs.edu 5 Years ago 0 likes 0  

Hipolito Acosta

From the Hispanic Heritage panel, "Houston's Finest: Latina/o First Responders Who Live the Life and Tell the Tales," Hipolito Acosta reads from his book Shadow Catcher, which…

From  Ruben Duran 5 Years ago 0 likes 0  

HIST1302 Chapter Nineteen: The City

Our talk on the rise of the city as a factor in modern US history (to be used in conjunction with the PowerPoints)

From  David White 5 Years ago 0 likes 0