Calendar of events
Check back throughout Hispanic Heritage Month as more events are added by our community partners!
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Visions of the Future through Art
Tuesday, October 13 | 5:00 PM
USC Upstate Arboretum/Virtual

This event will feature California speaker and poet, Bianca Zamora. Bianca will talk about the intersections of sexuality and cultural identity. Bianca proudly identifies as BI and Brown. This event is co-sponsored by Women and Gender Studies as well as Intercultural Education and Engagement. This event will be a part of both the Latinx Heritage Month and LGBT History Month celebrations. While listening attendees will also be instructed through a visual art takeaway. You can attend this event in person or pick up your supplies and tune in online.

Thursday, Oct 8 | 3PM 
Queer Coffee & Conversation - The Hispanic Community
Facebook Live

How can Hispanic individuals of all gender expressions and sexual identities feel welcome to be themselves in their own community? Upstate Pride is honoring Hispanic Heritage Month by dedicating a day in their Queer Coffee & Conversation series to the Hispanic Community. They are hosting Adela Mendoza and Annie Maertens from Hispanic Alliance, and members of the Hispanic community, to discuss issues of sexual orientation, gender, and queer life, and how they intersect with the inequity experienced by Hispanic/Latinx residents. Tune in to the Upstate Pride SC Facebook Page to attend.

Thursday, Oct 8 | 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Film Showing: Cuba and the Cameraman

Clemson University invites you to a Netflix Party showing of Cuba and the Cameraman. The Cuban Revolution had a massive impact on the trajectory of the arts, music, and the economy of Cuba. it is a defining point in the lives of many Cuban families who immigrated suddenly to the US. But what happened to those who stayed behind? Emmy-winning filmmaker Jon Alpert chronicles the fortunes of three Cuban families over the course of four tumultuous decades in the nation's history. The Netflix Party link will be provided the day of - just gather at the Zoom channel linked below.

Thursday, Oct 8 | 6 PM
Screening and Panel Discussion 
Facebook Live

With sweat and toil, migrant farm workers provide the invisible labor, bringing food to the American table from seed to harvest. Invisible Hands is an intimate film documenting a group of Mexican seasonal laborers in rural South Carolina.

The College of Charleston hosts a Facebook Livestream of the short documentary "Invisible Hands," with a panel discussion including filmmaker Yulian Martinez-Escobar, Dr. William McCorkle (Assistant Professor of Education and Immigration activist), Ivan Segura (Hispanic/Latino Affairs Program Manager for SC Commission for Minority Affiars) and Emily Williams (Recruiter and Services Coordinator for the SC Migrant Education Program.) 

The Week of September 28 & October 3 | 6PM | Zoom
Noche de Gala -
Únicos pero Unidos
Free | Zoom

A Night for Dreamers

Latinos Unidos @Clemson University (LUCU) is honoring people of distinction within the community this year by holding a virtual event. LUCU will be offering ways to donate to DACA students, who we annually recognize at our gala, through social media engagement the week prior to the event. Keep an eye out for these updates on Instagram from @CU_LUCU and @CUGantt the week leading up to this event.


Celebrating Our Best

LUCU will be hosting a live ceremony, the Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Excellence Awards, to give recognition to faculty, staff, community members, and students. These service awards are for anyone engaged in supporting or enhancing a positive Hispanic and Latinx culture change within the Clemson University community. 

Wednesday, October 7, 2020 


Romper el Hielo: Anti-Blackness & Colorism in the Latinx Community
Free | Zoom

"Romper El Hielo" means "Break the Ice" in Spanish. That's what the Latin Graduate Student Association (LGSA) is hoping to accomplish by addressing a difficult, but timely issue: Racism in the Hispanic/Latinx community. Discrimination based on class, which differed by the amount of Spanish blood in one's lineage, was hard-baked into Spain's colonial rule of Latin America. That class system has changed over time, but had lasting effects on attitudes that were brought into the United States. (LGSA) will be highlighting the experiences of Afro-Latinx students on campus and discussing what Anti-Blackness and Colorism looks like in the Latinx community, today.

Oct. 8 | 12:15 PM
PART 2: Latinx Resilience in the time of COVID-19
Free | Virtual 

This discussion panel will connect students, faculty, staff, and community members with a network of civic leaders who are collaborating locally and across South Carolina to move us forward during this Pandemic. Learn about the cultural, linguistic, and artistic outreach for the Census, voter registration, mental health awareness, wellness, and immigration issues. For more information, contact the Office of Student Involvement at 864-503-6454/

Click on MS Team Event Link
(You may have to download MS Meeting Software).

Triumph v. Orlando, Friday, 10/2

7 PM | Legacy Early College

HHM BOGO on Greenville Triumph's Next Home Game!

The Greenville Triumph welcomes the Hispanic Alliance community as they make their run for the playoffs! Purchase your ticket NOW and receive a Buy One Get One (BOGO) free ticket for Red Zone seats in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Enjoy a socially-distanced game with a friend in this fabulous fall weather. Show your support for Hispanic Heritage Month and your Greenville spirit! Just use promo code HISPANIC when purchasing tickets at the link below!

     To Redeem Your Special Offer:

  1. Follow the link above,

  2. Enter HISPANIC into the Special Offer Code box - click Submit,

  3. Click "Buy Tickets" next to the game date of  10/2

  4. Select "+ Red Zone" for your seating section.

  5. Enter the number of seats you wish to purchase next to "$10 Hispanic Alliance Buy on Get One Ticket Offer"

  6. Click "Continue" to view seating and check out!

Bilingual Story Time/Cuentos Bilingües 

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with this special edition of virtual Story Time. 

Cuentos bilingües en inglés y español para todas las edades.

Day of the Dead Craft

Enjoy decorating sugar skulls and learning about traditions practiced during Day of the Dead. Materials provided while supplies last or use your own

Diviértanse decorando calaveras de azúcar mientras aprenden sobre algunas tradiciones de El Día de los Muertos. Materiales disponibles hasta agotar existencias, o también pueden usar lo que tengan en casa.

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