Wednesday, October 4, 2023 6pm to 8pm
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The Lewis Center brings influential leaders from throughout the hemisphere to San Antonio as part of our work to broaden perspectives and ready students to be enlightened citizens of the world. This year's Lewis Center signature event features Nobel Laureate Rigoberta Menchú Tum, a Mayan K’iche’ woman, activist, and social justice advocate from Guatemala who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in 1992.
A special introduction will be given by Emmy winner, storyteller, culture writer, literary editor, and documentary filmmaker Sandra Guzmán. Her work reclaims and centers narratives of people and communities outside the margins and explores identity, land, memory, race, sexuality, spirituality, culture, and gender.
Tickets and sponsorhip opportunites for this event may be found H E R E.
Sponsorship funds received will benefit a scholarship fund to help cover expenses of students participating in service learning and study abroad programs in Central America with a humanitarian or social justice focus.
About the Lewis Center of the Americas
The Liza and Jack Lewis Center of the Americas was established to promote better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Mexico, Canada, Central and South America through cooperative study, research, service and dialogue. The Lewis Center is designed to serve as a central resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, expand business opportunities and develop policy options.