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Dr. Sonia Robles watches as students from her HIST 135 "Introduction to Latin American History" prepare a community altar for the upcoming Día de los Muertos event.
Students in HIST 135
“Introduction to Latin American History” prepare a community altar in
the Munroe Hall lobby for the 2021 Día de los Muertos (Days of the Dead) event. This ritual, which blends pre-Hispanic beliefs that the
departed travel from the underworld
to their graveside or home altar once each year with Roman Catholic All
Souls’ Day, takes place the night of November 1 into November 2. This
year's altar was dedicated to those who have died as a result of
COVID-19. Dr. Robles’ students were asked to participate
by creating mementos of loved ones who had passed, place them on the
altar, and write about their experience.
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Mementos of loved ones fill the community altar in the lobby of Munroe Hall.