The Hispanic Caucus and DA Belgium join forces to host a fun happy hour to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month. Join us to learn about Hispanic Culture and to play Lotería (Mexican bingo) – one of the best ways of learning about a culture is through games!
No prior knowledge of the game required, but if you are curious, here is a short tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKNSIDfyeBk
We won’t be playing for money, but there might be prizes!
Date & Time: Wednesday 29 September, 2:15 pm EST, 8:15 pm CET, 1:15 pm MX City
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This Hispanic Heritage month DA Belgium and the Hispanic Caucus come together to host a discussion on the movie “The Wasp Network/La red avispa.” Based on a true story, the movie presents the lives of five Cuban spies in the 1990s who infiltrate exile groups to stop terrorism against the island.
Watch the movie and join us to share your views, observations and to celebrate and reflect on the Hispanic Heritage, in particular Cuban heritage. It will also be an occasion for the FL State Team to join us and remind all of our FL 20th district (Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach) voters that there is a special election taking place on Nov 2 (primary) and Jan 11th (general election).
Date & time: October 5, 2021 at 1:00pm EST (7:00 pm CET, 12:00 Mexico City)
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Here’s the link to the movie on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/search?q=wasp%20network&jbv=81000201
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