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Breaking Latinx Stereotypes

Workshop or presentation by David A. Romero

AGES: 16+ 

$1,000 (plus travel and lodging)

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Intro and performance - 20 minutes

Discussion - 10 minutes
Performance - 10 minutes
Discussion - 10 minutes

Performance - 10 minutes

Discussion - 10 minutes

Performance - 10 minutes

Closing discussion - 30 minutes

Total time: 120 minutes (2 hrs)



Stereotype: a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.


What are the stereotypes surrounding Latinx Americans? Is there any truth to them? Are there positive, as well as, negative, stereotypes? If so, how can a positive stereotype have a negative effect? How are these stereotypes created? What effect do stereotypes have on how Latinxs are perceived by others and how they perceive themselves?

This workshop includes multimedia and performances of spoken word poetry.



Stereotyping Latinxs encourages students to understand and deconstruct harmful stereotypes; examining the role stereotypes play in their personal lives and society at large.




Recording of Breaking Latinx Stereotypes (as a presentation):


Stereotyping Latinxs has been presented at:

 Elizabethtown Community College in Elizabethtown, KY
 Western New Mexico University in Silver City, NM



David A. Romero has not yet developed a flyer template for this workshop or presentation. If you decide to book Stereotyping Latinxs, Romero can design a flyer for the event for no extra fee.

$1,000 (plus travel and lodging)

Download workshop description

Travel and lodging can be handled in two ways: 1) the university makes the arrangements on Romero's behalf (preferred) or, 2) Romero makes the arrangements and is reimbursed with the total check.

Can’t afford the rates? Contact Romero with an offer and see if he can write off the difference as a charitable donation! 

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