Tag: Organizacion Latino Americana

Photos: ‘Las Cafeteras: Sounds of Resistance!’

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UW-Green Bay welcomed music group Las Cafeteras on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019 in Phoenix Room C for a workshop titled “Sounds of Resistance!” The event was co-sponsored by UW-Green Bay Spanish, MESA, Organizacion Latino Americano, Women of Color organization and the Office of Student Life. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view or view the album […]

Organización Latino American (OLA) presenting ‘Walkout’

Please join OLA at 6 p.m. March 21 in the Christie Theatre of the University Union to view the film “Walkout.” This movie tells a story of the 1968 walkout led by high school Chicano students in East Los Angeles protesting academic prejudice conditions. Students were forbidden from speaking Spanish in class or from using […]

OLA hosting online Basket Raffle

Organización Latino American (OLA) is hosting a Spring 2016 OLA basket raffle auction. Please browse through the seven different Latino-themed baskets ranging from Dia de los Muertos theme, Latino books, children’s baskets and many more at www.32auctions.com/ola. Online bidding only – official auction ends at Noon, Thursday, March 31. Payment must be made in the AIC where […]

Education’s Cortes speaks tonight in ‘Latino Americans’ series

The campus/community series “Latino Americans: 500 Years of History” continues with the screening of another film segment and a talk by UW-Green Bay Prof. of Education Aurora Cortes starting at 6 p.m. tonight (Friday, Nov. 20) at the YWCA, 230 S. Madison St.  “Empire of Dreams (1880-1942) is the topic, with one immigrant’s tale, and […]

Tamales today: Organización Latino Americana and its annual fundraiser

Organización Latino Americana is an all-inclusive student organization. Tamales are a traditional Latin American dish consisting of corn-based dough filled with a variety of ingredients that are wrapped and steamed in a corn husk. Together, they make for a delicious fundraiser that helps supplement OLA’s budget allowing it to bring more cultural programs to campus. […]