Hispanic Heritage Gala
The theater play "Cincinnati: A City of Immigrants" brought history to life by telling the story of six immigrants over the past 180 years.
Kat Ryder, the coordinator for the Center for the Study of the American Dream, was the keynote speaker for the event.
Rabbi Abie Ingber, Founding Director of Xavier's Office of Interfaith Community Engagement, introduced the junior high and high school scholarship contest.
Rabbi Abie Ingber announces the junior high school scholarship winners.
Kat Ryder announces the winners of the high school scholarship contest.
The winners and sponsors of the 2012 Immigrant Essay Contest.
Alberto Mora, the first place winner in the junior high school category, with his family. Alberto received a $1000 scholarship.
Alex Thesken, the first place winner in the high school categoy, won a $1000 scholarship.
Rabbie Abie Ingber, Kat Ryder, and two interns of the Center for the Study of the American Dream.