Oct. 4, 12-1 pm SUB 119
Dr. M. Guadalupe Espinoza
“M. Felicitas Castro: The Case Study of a Life and the Mexican Repatriation Program of the Great Depression”
M. Guadalupe Espinoza is a native Californian who taught English in Mexico for 22 years. She is the third child of Arturo and Ramona Espinoza and was raised in the Coachella Valley. Her interest in the fact that both of her parents were unconstitutionally deported during the 1930’s has led her to conduct an extensive family history which includes birth, death and immigration records. She has taught in adult education and public school programs as well as at the community college and university level in both California and Mexico. She currently teaches English online, at the North Orange County Community College District and at the California State University in Fullerton.
Ms. Espinoza's talk will be followed by:
“What’s Your Cuento?” a community discussion about being Latino at SPSCC! Come ready to SHARE, HEAR, LEARN with SPSCC students and community members!