Come tonight to the Levine Museum of the New South, where I'll be taking part in a program the Charlotte Teacher's Institute of UNC Charlotte has put together in conjunction with the new NUEVOlution exhibit.
I just got back from the morning TV show Good Day on Charlotte's Fox affiliate to plug it. All the speakers will be brief in order to facilitate some Q&A, and my talk will focus on how we need to stop saying Latino immigration is "new." Almost exactly nine years ago I gave another talk at the Levine Museum, and it just doesn't make sense to call it new for so long. It's like staring through the blinds at your neighbor for a decade, wondering who they are and whether they're going to stay (I actually wanted to use that line on TV but there was no good moment).
It's free, there's a reception, and we have some good speakers. So come check it out.