REPLAY: In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, San Antonio Public Library presented Latino Americans: 500 Years of History - Narrar Una Historia at the Central Library Auditorium on Sept. 15, 2015
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Carolina Quiroga-Stultz, award-winning bilingual Colombian storyteller and member of the San Antonio Storytellers, will bring to life historias from the vast tapestry of captivating myths sprung from indigenous Central and South America, their vibrant cultures and their conquest.
Ben Olguin, Ph.D.— former boxer, poet, author, and professor of Chicana/o Literature at UTSA—will present his testimonial poetry, bearing witness to the ongoing struggles of Latinos in America and abroad, from his personal experiences as a child raised in the fighting ring to the Cuban Revolution.
Before and after the program guests listened to live music from Los Inocentes and viewing the Voces Americanas: Latino Literature in the United States exhibit.