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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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This presentation celebrates the Hispanics of Northeast Florida and the impact of their presence historically, economically, and culturally, not only over the past several decades, but for the last 250 years. Dr. Rebecca Dominguez-Karimi will discuss different groups that migrated to Northeast Florida over the decades and centuries. She will be joined by Jacksonville Historical Society’s Oral Histories Coordinator, Justin P. Case, to talk about not only more recent Hispanic migration to the area, but also about the Minorcan migration during the late 1700s and their present-day descendants.

This talk includes an audio-visual presentation along with video footage of Hispanic oral histories from the Voces de Hispanos Oral History Collections.

Price

  • $10

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Only events occurring within Downtown Jacksonville will be accepted.
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