September 10, 2020
From 2 to 3 p.m. EDT, Thursday, September 10, 2020

A Discussion on Race, Learning and Culture with the Smithsonian

During this time of upheaval, it’s more important than ever to have thoughtful—and thought-provoking—discussions around today’s most critical issues. Join the Smithsonian Latino Center and Lumina Foundation for a virtual roundtable on race, learning, and culture in higher education.

Logo for the Smithsonian's Latino Center
The Smithsonian Latino Center works to preserve Latino history and culture, engage Latino communities, and advance Latino representation in the United States. Join Lumina leaders as they sit down with the Center’s executive director to discuss barriers to entry and lack of representation for today’s Latino students and what actions can be taken to ensure a more equitable future for higher education.

Learn from Thought Leaders in the Field

Eduardo Díaz
Executive Director, Smithsonian Latino Center
Amber Garrison Duncan
Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation
Jasmine Haywood
Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation
Paola Santana
Strategy Officer for State Policy, Lumina Foundation
Dominique (Domy) Raymond
Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation