Making Vital Connections: Understanding and Serving the Hispanic/Latinx Community
Hispanic Heritage Month Free Symposium

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In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), the San José State University School of Information held a free symposium to discuss best practices in library services to meet the needs of the Hispanic/Latinx community with greater impact, cultural understanding, and sensitivity.

Entitled “Making Vital Connections: Understanding and Serving the Hispanic/Latinx Community,” this inaugural event featured keynote addresses and panel discussions.

“I am most proud of our culture of hard work and our warmth in treating others with friendliness.” – Professor Kristen Rebmann

View Zoom recording: https://sjsu.zoom.us/rec/share/YWgtdzDXv-aIoyWZT0Vha9mBIWDq24GWc5ohHXxzANGsxoKCBBIM22VtjRX_RQqO.LsfuM5JrE9FuQiQP?startTime=1634317006000

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Making Vital Connections: Understanding and Serving the Hispanic/Latinx Community