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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with AVC
Hispanic Heritage Month

Hear from Latinas in leadership while sipping on a cafecito, learn the history of Lotería (the Mexican bingo), and enjoy a tasty paleta, all as part of Antelope Valley College’s month-long activities celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. There are many exciting activities to choose from, including celebrations, group discussions, and film screenings. This is a great opportunity to learn more about Hispanic culture and connect with others who share your interests.

Events take place September 20 through October 12 across campus. These events are FREE and open to the public. For more information, email 

Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-Off
Wednesday, Sept. 20
11 am - 2 pm
FA Quad
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Latino/a/x Encuentro III
Thursday, Sept. 21
4 pm - 6 pm

SE Speaker Series: Rosa Clemente, ‘Can’t Stop Our Blackness: Black Narratives and Resisting Erasure’
Friday, Sept. 22
3 pm - 4 pm

Cafe y Charla: Latinas in Leadership
Tuesday, Sept. 26
12 pm - 1 pm 
Student Lounge (SCT 150) & Zoom

History of Loteria + Y2K Loteria!
Wednesday, Sept. 27
4 pm - 5 pm
Student Lounge (SCT 150)

Paletas y Profes - Student and AVC Employee Mixer
Monday, Oct. 2
3 pm - 4 pm 
Student Lounge (SCT 150)

‘Papers: The Movie’ Viewing y Platica
Wednesday, Oct. 4
4 pm - 5 pm
Student Lounge (SCT 150)

Cafe y Charla: Unapologetically Brown and Queer
Wednesday, Oct. 11
12:30 pm - 1:30 PM
Student Lounge (SCT 150)

FYE's Hispanic Heritage Month Fiesta
Thursday, Oct. 12
11 am - 1 pm 
FA Quad