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The Group on Latin American Issues Presents: A Program Of Songs & folkore music from Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Peru, Brazil, Colombia & Chicano culture with


8pm $2
SUN. March

Modern Language Bldg.-Aud.3
U of M Campus- Ann Arbor

Other Events of the Colloquium on

March 22 - "Panama-United States Relations:
The Canal." Marco Gundassegui, Sociologist & Minister of Health, with Arturo Hoyos, Director of Panamanian Ministry of Labor.

March 23 - "Bilingual Education in American Society."
Speakers: Josue Gonzalez,Director of Bilingual-Bicultural Institut in Chicago; Alma Flor Ada, Mercy College; Maurice Martinez, Hunter College; and Francisco Gonzales, Educator

March 24 (Afternoon) - "Socialist Transformations in Revolutionary Cuba."
Saul Landau, Social Scientist and Cinematographer;
(Night) - Filmmaking workshop with Saul Landau.

March 25 (Afternoon) - Workshops with Saul Landau and other on various aspects of Cuba:
Filmmaking, Leadership Style,etc.:
(Night) - Documentary film FIDEL, followed by discussion with its director Saul Landau. Matrix Theatre:  7 and 9 PM

March 26 - Workshop on Chile with Claire Beauville, French Sociologist involved with workers-run factories in Chile; and Amy Conger, American Historian,imprisoned and tortures by military junta.

March 31 - Workshop on Latin American Women in Struggle, with Suni Paz,Argentine artist,and active with Chicano and Puerto Rican groups in New York.

April 4-5 - "Contemporary Authoritarian & Fascist States."
Guillermo O"Donnell,Argentine Political Scientist; Phillipe Schmitter, Political Scientist, Chicago; & Julio Cotler, Peruvian Social Scientist.

- For times & locations for above events, contact Community Switchboard: 663-1111