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The Albert Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest cordially invites you to the roundtable "Global Histories of White Supremacy" on 11/03 at 6 p ET
How do histories of migratory movements and policies in Central America shape the current immigration crisis? How has U.S. interventionism in Central America shaped past and present migration processes in this region? What are the effects of U.S. immigration policies on migrants’ clandestine journeys? How do we make sense of the contradiction between the recognition of the human rights of migrants and their lack of immigration status? How is the “illegality” of certain immigrant communities related to their race and ethnicity?
- Dr. Leisy Abrego, Professor and Chair in the Department of Chicana/o and Central American Studies, UCLA
- Dr. Jason De León, Professor of Anthropology and Chicana, Chicano, and Central American Studies at UCLA and Executive Director of the Undocumented Migration Project
- Dr. Amelia Frank Vitale, Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer, Program in Latin American Studies, Princeton University
Moderated by Dr. Raúl Diego Rivera Hernández, Associate Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and Director of the Latin American Studies Program, Villanova University
Open to the Public
Andreina Soto, Center Administrator, Lepage Center