“El Color Cubano Hoy: Situación, Alcances y Perspectivas” [Cuban Color Today: Situation, Outreach and Perspectives] is a series of conferences commemorates the International Decade of People of African Descent, proclaimed by the United Nations. Its objective is to contribute to a scientific assessment of the current and prospective state of the study on human and social relations according to skin color, its problems, practical solutions, as well as its influence on racial prejudice and discrimination. The conferences take place on the second Thursday of each month from January through October. The series is hosted by the Nicolás Guillén Foundation and the José Antonio Aponte Permanent Commission of the UNEAC in Havana, Cuba.
The series of conferences will be held during the months of January to September 2017, on the second Thursday of each month, at the UNEAC’s Ruben Martinez Villena Room at 10:00am. The colloquium will be held on October 12-13, with panels and discussions also at the UNEAC’s Ruben Martinez Villena Room from 9:00am to 5:00pm. [. . .]
For full schedule, see http://www.afrocubaweb.com/color-cubano-hoy.html