Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Ayotzinapa Caravana in New Orleans: Two events of Solidarity and Dialogue

March 23rd, 2015

Two events of solidarity and dialogue will be held for the 43 missing students from Guerrero, Mexico. A group of the students‘€™ parents, as part of a national tour, will speak about their children‘€™s experiences and the human rights violations occurring in Mexico. Please join us as we unite in support and raise awareness. Learn more at

3:00-4:30 PM: Tulane University Richardson Bldg., Room 117
6:30-8:30 PM: Cafe Instanbul, 2732 St. Claude

There will be a free shuttle for Tulane students to and from Cafe Istanbul, leaving from Tulane’s Reily Center at 5:30 PM






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Read Across the Americas Summer Program at the Algiers Regional Branch

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Join us every Wednesday at 10:30 am for a bilingual storytime for kids ages 2 – 10. The program is part of an initiative between Tulane University’s Stone Center for Latin American Studies and the New Orleans Public Library called the Pebbles Center. This summer we will explore the environment and diverse geography of Latin America. Bring your favorite jungle animal and be prepared to learn some Spanish as we embark on an adventure through the Americas. This program provides a reading list of recommended titles for all ages to explore Latin America on your own this summer. If you read all books, you will be eligible for a special award offered during Hispanic Heritage month at the annual Celebración Latina held at the Audubon Zoo.


Wednesday, June 5
10:30 AM

Wednesday, June 12
10:30 AM

Wednesday, June 19
10:30 AM

Wednesday, June 26
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 3
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 10
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 17
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 24
10:30 AM

Wednesday, July 31
10:30 AM

K-12 Educator S.T.E.A.M Workshop: Teaching Central America at the Zoo

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Tulane University’s Stone Center for Latin American Studies in collaboration with the Audubon Nature Institute will be hosting a K-12 educator workshop on Saturday, October 5, 2019. This workshop will focus on conservation efforts and environment of Central American rainforests. This workshop is a great way to learn how to bring real world science into your classroom. Activities will incorporate a variety of sciences and other subjects including: art, environmental science, cultural components, anthropology, computer science and technology. While it is geared for middle and high school teachers, this workshop is open to all educators formal and informal.

Additional details coming soon.