Tutu Alicante and Trifonia Melibea Obono

National Hispanic Heritage Month’s program organized by Geneseo’s Department of Languages and Literatures, with support from the Office of the Provost, Multicultural Programs and Services, Latin American Studies, the departments of Anthropology and History, and Alfred University. Featuring presentations by:

            Tutu Alicante, human rights activist and lawyer

            “Equatorial Guinea: Overcoming 50 Years of State Terror, Corruption, and Dictatorship.”

            Trifonia Melibea Obono, writer and professor of Afrohispanic Gender Studies                       

            “Negras y blanquitas: Guinea Equatorial cumple 50 años sin las mujeres”

             Presentation followed by a writing workshop with SUNY Geneseo Spanish



T. Alicante presents




Writing workshop