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Presentation Title

The Reality of Immigration

Location

Durand 209

Abstract

A student panel composed of members who participated in the Border Studies program discuss the issue of immigration and the current situation along the Mexican-American border. Panelists take a multi-disciplinary approach to immigration and place the context of the border in a global perspective, explain why individuals are migrating to the United States, describe the current border policy and its effects, and document the humanitarian crisis that persists along the border. In addressing these topics, the student panelists share the knowledge they acquired through participation in the program and reflect on their experiences living and learning along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Presentation Type

Group Talk

Start Date

4-9-2013 10:00 AM

End Date

4-9-2013 11:00 AM

Panel

Panel: The Reality of Immigration

Panel Moderator

Carolyn Tuttle

Field of Study for Presentation

Latin American Studies

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Apr 9th, 10:00 AM Apr 9th, 11:00 AM

The Reality of Immigration

Durand 209

A student panel composed of members who participated in the Border Studies program discuss the issue of immigration and the current situation along the Mexican-American border. Panelists take a multi-disciplinary approach to immigration and place the context of the border in a global perspective, explain why individuals are migrating to the United States, describe the current border policy and its effects, and document the humanitarian crisis that persists along the border. In addressing these topics, the student panelists share the knowledge they acquired through participation in the program and reflect on their experiences living and learning along the U.S.-Mexico border.