November 1, 2021
S1 E9 | November 1, 2021 | Gina Pérez
Gina Pérez is a cultural anthropologist at Oberlin College and the author of two award-winning books—The Near Northwest Side Story: Gender, Migration and Puerto Rican Families and Citizen, Student, Soldier: Latina/o Youth, JROTC and the American Dream. She and Arrow’s Carol Parker discuss Día de Los Muertos, from its roots in ancient Mesoamerica to a gradual blending of cultural practices, leading to present-day meaning as a celebration of life.
I consistently and firmly advocate for fairness.
The purpose of this series is to expand knowledge, empathy, and understanding of the broader, ever-changing world around us by creating opportunities for conversation with experts in various areas.
Saint Charles, Missouri-based Arrow Senior Living manages a collection of communities that offer varying levels of care including independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Each and every senior living community supports residents by focusing on dignity, respect, and quality of life. The programs and amenities offered are selected to provide only the highest standard of quality and comfort.
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