The lectures will be about our Anahuac history, our accomplishments, our civilizations, issues of identity, and the crimes of the Europeans. There will be a question and answer part at the end of the presentation in which you can participate. We will have a large section of the Mexica Movement library which will include books on the Nahuatl language, codices, recommended books, and several art books. We will have books, t-shirts, and other materials to sell for our fundraising purposes. Bring your family and friends for an enlightening afternoon. These events are all free. Come early to find campus parking and to find us on the campus. Hope to see you soon.
SAMPLE OF LECTURE:
On Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 Manuel Alderete of the Mexica Movement gave a presentation at Modesto Junior College, California. Listen here online
On Tuesday, March 14, 2006 Olin Tezcatlipoca of the Mexica Movement gave a lecture at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater. Listen here online
This lecture was done by Manuel Alderete of the Mexica Movement.
Mexica Movement has conducted lectures, workshops, dialogues, and/or seminars at the following Universities, Colleges, High Schools, Libraries, Bookstores, and Community Centers.
Give us a call to arrange a lecture at your college or university.
Cal State Fullerton
Michigan State University Lansing
Arizona State University, Tucson
Cal State Los Angeles
Cal State Domingues Hills
UC San Diego
Cal Poly Pomona
Mount San Antonio College
Los Angeles Valley College
Los Angeles City College
East Los Angeles College
Chicano Resource Center at LA County Library
Roosevelt High School
Ramona Convent High School
Huntington Park High School
South Gate High School
Compton High School
Manual Arts High School
Garr High School
Midnight Special Bookstore
several Los Angeles County Libraries
(M.A.O.F.) Mexican American Opportunities Foundation
Univesity of Wisconsin at Whitewater
Modesto Junior College in California