Come and join the conversation as we explore the effectiveness of building a wall to secure our borders. We will further explore how such actions affect the economy, immigration, and national security.
Leadership requires developing intrapreneurship skills designed to foster critical and meaningful dialogue required to build movements that address the world’s most urgent needs. Participants will practice with the necessary tools of inquiry, curiosity and negotiation that are central in creating empathy that will lead to spaces for personal and systemic movement building locally and globally. Due to space limitations, RSVP is required.
March 6th • Cross-Cultural Center (USU 3400) • 11:45AM-1:00PM
The recent repeal of DACA has had a significant impact on college campuses. Join us as we explore the ramifications of DACA, when and why it was instituted, and what role it plays amongst undocumented students.
A workshop designed to spark curiosity and build tools necessary to critically examine media, truth and the civility of facts. In this interactive workshop we will use current mainstream and alternative media new sources to both intellectually and emotionally unpack what we are constantly being offered. Due to space limitations, RSVP is required.
The Travel Ban has made its way to the national conversation on numerous occasions and continues to be adapted. Join as we explore how students and researchers could be affected by a potential travel ban, as well as examine the effectiveness of such a ban if it were to be enacted.
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