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Old Dominion University's Latin American Studies Program Film Series, titled "Culture, History, Politics and Social Change," continues Tuesday, Dec. 7. The following film will be shown:

"Hispanic Americans: The Second Generation" (1995, 44 minutes, color)
Hosted by actor Jimmy Smits, this program examines how second-generation Hispanics are adapting to American society, and how they are maintaining their Latino roots while assimilating into the American cultural mainstream. A variety of famous and everyday Hispanic Americans are interviewed, including pop film director Richard Rodriquez.

The films are free and open to the general public.

Viewing is on scheduled Tuesdays beginning at 7:10 p.m. in Constant Hall Room 1048. Reserve seating. More information is available by e-mail to Angélica Huízar at ahuizar@odu.edu.

This article was posted on: October 29, 2004

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