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Michigan Latinos Central is a new and growing bilingual collection of educational, informative, and cultural videos and podcasts that integrate the Latino and Hispanic community. The collection was originally hosted by MI Learning on Apple's iTunes U.

Spanish Sounds is a collection of instructional videos for students of Spanish. The videos clarify the phonetic sound system, basic grammar, culture, and numbers. This collection was also hosted by MI Learning on Apple's iTunes U.

Puerto Rico Project January 22 – 29, 2018
The International Chemical Workers Union Council (ICWUC) Hurricane Maria Disaster Train-The-Trainer at the University of Puerto Rico San Juan.
“This collaborative effort, made possible by the International Chemical Workers Union Council, the University of Puerto Rico School of Public Health, National Council for Occupational Safety and Health, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the United Steelworkers, the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), was a tremendous undertaking and resulted in a motivated group of 17 graduate students and union members who will help with the recovery from Hurricane Maria, and also help Puerto Ricans prepare for the next hurricanes.” (Luis Vazquez)

Goal: To prepare local trainers to assist in delivering the ICWUC Disaster Awareness Programs using the National Institute of Environmental Health and Science (NIEHS) booklets.
Please view the Puerto Rico Project's growing collection of videos and listen to the podcasts. Click Puerto Rico.

Roberto Garza is the curator of Michigan Latinos Central, Spanish Sounds, and Puerto Rico. The collections are growing and free for the community to view.

Please donate any dollar amount to help keep the collection growing on the web without advertisements and pop-ups. If you would like to share your work or community service on Michigan Latinos Central, please contact us.

Roberto Garza earned a Master in Public Administration and is the author of Multicultural Education: a Key Component for Comprehensive Instruction.  Diss. University of Michigan-Flint, 1999.  Other academic accomplishments include:
Bachelor of Arts University of Michigan-Flint
Major: Spanish, Minor: Music
Secondary Teacher Certification 
Major: Spanish, Minor: Social Science
Spanish Bilingual Endorsement University of Michigan-Flint.

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