Join the Yale Latino Networking Group, Future Leaders of Yale, and Efrain Nieves for a virtual cooking demonstration. Chef Efrain is the owner of Tata’s Restaurant in Wallingford, CT. We will learn how to make seafood mariscada and mofongo. A list of ingredients and the Zoom link will be shared in advance of the event.
Professor Sandra Rozo studies the electoral effects of the arrival of 1.3 million Venezuelan refugees in Colombia as a consequence of the Venezuelan humanitarian crisis. She exploits the fact that forced migrants disproportionately locate in places with earlier settlements of Venezuelans after the intensification of the crisis. She finds that larger migration shocks increase voters’ turnout and shift votes from left- to right-wing political ideologies.
Join the Yale Latino Networking Group and the LGBTQ Affinity Group for a poetry reading event with D.L. Cordero. D.L. Cordero is a published sci-fi fantasy author, occasional poet, and horror dabbler working out of Denver, Colorado. As a nonbinary, queer, Puerto Rican person, they utilize an intersectional approach when writing, incorporating they/them pronouns, Spanish-English hybridization, and characters from a wide range of sexual orientations, genders, races, and abilities.