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What follows is some
information about the Cambio de Colores -
Latinos in Missouri annual conference.
Cambio de Colores 2003 and
- Proceedings of Cambio de Colores
2004 (St. Louis) will be published as a book and in the website later in the
Fall, including several works presented at the 2003 (Kansas City)
conference. Edition is almost
Cambio de Colores 2005 Updates
updates: There are now 25
presentations of last March's conference
available online, as well as twelve reports contributed by the staff of
Adelante!, the mid-Missouri bilingual newspaper. All this
material is accessible from the "Program"
- Proceedings: Work is being started on organizing
the material for the 2005 Proceedings. Presenters of this conference
will most likely be contacted by the proceedings editor, who is obtaining
papers and articles.
- Special Request to
presenters: All presenters at the 2005 Conference in
Columbia are encouraged to share their presentations through the
website. Please review the "Program" page
at the website to see which presentations are missing, and please send them as
attachments to [log in to unmask].
Cambio de Colores 2006 Advance
The conference will be held in the Stony Creek Inn conference facility,
Columbia, Missouri, a larger venue (250-300 people).
- Leadership: Dr. Anne Dannerbeck (School of Social
Work) will provide leadership for the 2006 conference, with the support of
Steve Jeanetta and Domingo Martínez (Cambio Center
- Planning Committee: Currently, there are 32 people
in the Planning Committee. New volunteers are always
Future Cambio de Colores conferences and
Cambio de Colores 2007: Work will
start early with the aim of holding the 2007 conference in Kansas City.
events: Besides the annual 3-day event, the Cambio Center is also
looking to support one-day events in other areas of the state. These
one-day events could address either a regional across-the-board spectrum of
issues (nominally, a one-day Cambio de Colores conference), or a specific
issue appealing to a wider region. People interested on these events
should also become members of the Planning Committee.
Columbia, MO., 65211