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Issues on Immigration

Date: April 6 2011 3:30pm Location: Lewis & Clark College: Alumni Circle, in front of the Hoffman Gallery, (Rain venue: the Trail Room, located in Templeton Student Center)

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Lewis & Clark College: Alumni Circle, in front of the Hoffman Gallery, (Rain venue: the Trail Room, located in Templeton Student Center)

Issues on Immigration: A Public Forum and Discussion sponsored by The Dean of Students, Campus Living and SAAB

Lewis & Clark College will be hosting a public discussion and forum regarding topics of immigration including The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (the DREAM Act). Senior and Studio Art major at Lewis and Clark College, Claudia Ramirez Islas will be using her senior project Immigration: A Vision of… Hope as a way to open up discussion and dialogue regarding one of our nation’s most controversial topics− immigration. Immigration: A Vision of Hope consists of a series of paintings focusing on deportation, working class immigrants, the hardships of crossing the U.S boarders, the DREAM Act, human rallies, new immigration laws, etc.


Guest speakers include:

George Fox University’s Dean of Transition and Inclusion: Joel Perez

Immigration Attorney: Melina La Morticella

Producer of Papers the Movie: Rebecca Shine

DREAMer: Jaime Guzman

Undergraduate Studio Art major at Lewis and Clark College: Claudia Ramirez Islas

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