Undocumented Consequences: Life on Both Sides of the Border
City Lights in conjunction with Duke University Press, Harvard University Press, and The Woman's Building present
Beth C. Caldwell and Ana Raquel Minian
Admission is Free, seating limited, reservations required.
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This event will explore the history of undocumented migration from Mexico to the United States, and the consequences of the current save of mass deportation from the U.S. to Mexico. Beth C. Caldwell and Ana Raquel Minian are two exceptional scholars working in the field. If you are an activist, policy maker, or simply interested in the current situation regarding migration, this event promises to cover important ground. There will be an open discussion after the lectures and panel talk.
Beth C. Caldwell is Professor of Legal Analysis, Writing, and Skills at Southwestern Law School and was formerly an attorney in the Los Angeles County Office of the Public Defender. She is the author of Deported Americans: Life after Deportation to Mexicopublished by Duke University Press.
Ana Raquel Minian is Assistant Professor of History and of Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University. She is the author of Undocumented Lives:The Untold Story of Mexican Migration published by Harvard University Press.