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‘Pan-American Festival Key To Understanding’
‘Pan-American Festival Key To Understanding’
Item IDEgyptian19550419pan-american.tif
Title‘Pan-American Festival Key To Understanding'
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionOnly through such activities as the Pan-``````American Festival at Southern will be a better understanding of the Latin American people
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1955 April 19
Volume36
Issue45
Page(s)2
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
Transcript‘Pan-American Festival Key To Understanding'

Only through such activities as the Pan-American Festival at Southern will be a better understanding of the Latin American people and countries Roberto Esuenazi-Mayo, Cuban-born editorial staff member of Life's Spanish edition said in University School Theater Thursday.
Language, transportation and integration of the people have been the main problems of the Latin American country, Esquenazi MAyo said.
His lecture was an illustrated one, utilizing color slides of Bolivian and Peruvian Indians The slides were provided by Louis M. Lyman, also of Life's Spanish Edition.
Esquenazi-Mayo, a former OSS paratrooper, won Cuba's National Literary Prize last year. He has been a journalist since he was 15.
Before taking his Ph.D. at Columbia University, he studied at the University of Havana, Rutgers
University, George Washington University and Sweet Briar College. He is now teaching in the
Spanish Department of the Columbia University Graduate School.
Esquenazi-Mayo delivered the Pan-American Day address on "What is a Latin American?'
at the Freshman Assembly Thursday
LanguageEnglish
TypeText
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