10th Annual Social Services in the Latino/a Community ConferenceStudents and professionals interested in dialoguing about complex issues impacting the Latino/a community are invited to take part in this conference and learn culturally sensitive interventions to better serve the Latino/a community. Keynote speaker: Fernando Torres-GilChair of the Department of Social Welfare Workshop topics include:Critical Race TheoryLGBT issuesEducationK-12GangsCommunity Organizaing for Violence PreventionImmigrationEvidence-based PracticesDCFS Program InterventionThe conference is free. Lunch will be provided. Parking is $11 in Structure 3. Map/Parking information: www.ucla.edu/map Seating is limited. To register, please provide your name, organization and contact information to:firstname.lastname@example.org This conference is made possible through the generous suport of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the UCLA Center for Community Partnerships, and the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Funding also provided by the Campus Programs Committee of the Program Activities Board.