Some programs throughout the week include:
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences of the University of Arizona is pleased to announce a weeklong program on immigration with a focus on Arizona. The week will include community panels on immigration and social justice, law and security, public health, and the economy, as well as films, poetry, music, a youth engagement day and an SBS research showcase. All events are free, open to the community, and located on the University of Arizona campus.
The goals of this program include providing opportunities to learn about immigration, featuring the work of UA faculty and graduate students, and discussing immigration issues through civil discourse, with a special focus on understanding the root causes of immigration and on proposing reasonable solutions.
-Southwest Entry Point: Immigration and Human Rights
-"Asalto de Sueno" or "Robbery of the Dream" hosted by Voices of Opposition
-"What Immigration Raids Tell Us About Latino Families"
-Balancing Neighborhood and Nation: Immigration, Security and the Law
In order to really shine a light on theThe purpose of this mock border wall/fence is to interrupt the UA campus community’s freedom of movement across the mall in order to dramatize the effects of US immigration and border enforcement policies which dramatically limit access to safe transit across the US/Mexico border.
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