|Pictures & Events
MARCH 3, 2011: 14th Annual Angela Awards by The Adult Learning Center, a Mission of Ursuline Social Outreach
Community Service Honorees:
Alice Gallin, OSU
Kathy & Richard Pisano
Luis & Martha Quiros
Luis Quiros accepting his award for service to the Adult Learning Center in New Rochelle, NY, providing job training, English as a Second Language classes to Latino and other immigrant communities.
Celebrating with family and friends.
MARCH 14, 2011: Screening of "Waiting for Superman" at Deloitte, LLP in New York. Hosted by Vacamas Youth Programs.
As the film's discussion moderator, Luis Quiros addresses the issues that has many of our students at-risk. He spoke about his experiences at different educational institutions, as he narrates in An Other's Mind, and referred to the historical acts of civil disobedience that secured a public higher education in New York City.
Luis Quiros with the staff and administrators of the Vacamas Programs for Youth.
May 1, 2011: Keio Academy of New York
Luis Quiros celebrating with the Keio Academy Girls Soccer Team.
Quiros has coached their Varsity Soccer and Softball teams since 2007.
May 11, 2011: WVOX 1460 - Bob Marone "Good Morning, Westchester!" Radio Show
Author Luis Quiros talking to Bob Marone about how in order to address present social issues one cannot "forget by forgiving the past" and become negligent of our history.
May 19, 2011: 20 minute segment on the Bob Marone "Good Morning, Westchester!" Radio Show
June 26, 2011: Sharing the many narratives of Guatemalans found in An Other's Mind with the Guatemalan Consulate and staff during their visit to Mamaroneck, NY.
August 19, 2011: Celebrating the accomplishments of the Hispanic Court Officer's Society and sharing An Other's Mind with all the guests at the Annual Gala.
With the Society's President, Miguel Rodriguez.
Joseph Occhipinti, Executive Director of the National Police Defense Foundation.
October 25, 2011: Guest speaker for the Hispanic Heritage Celebration at the Osborne Association in Bronx, NY.
Luis Quiros sharing with the group the value of embracing our "otherness" while exploring our identity.
With Dicxon Valderruten and Monica Morales from the Osborne Association.