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Borders: Indispensable or Obsolete?

Date: 7:30pm PDT April 10 Location: Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber

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Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber

Do borders protect citizens of today’s states as an essential security measure? Or are they an antiquated hindrance that remain only to prevent the flow of international migration?

Moderator: Tom Buchele, Law School

Pete Hoekstra currently serves as the Senior Shillman Fellow with the Investigative Project on Terrorism and has written and spoken extensively on intelligence, national security, and border protection. He formerly served as Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District from 1993 to 2011.

Shikha Dalmia is a journalist and senior analyst at the Reason Foundation. She focuses on issues surrounding border control and immigration as a columnist at The Week and The Washington Examiner, and also contributes regularly to The Wall Street Journal, Reason Magazine, USA Today, and several other publications.

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    Diversity and Inclusion is located in room 257A of Templeton Campus Center on the undergraduate Campus.

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    Dean of Diversity and Inclusion
    Janet Steverson
    Douglas K. Newell Professor of Teaching Excellence
    Email: jws@lclark.edu
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    Program Manager for the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion/Executive assistant to the Dean of Diversity and Inclusion
    Bruce Taft Jr., BA’ 15
    Email:brucetaft@lclark.edu 
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