Mobility, Expulsion and Claims to Home: Migrant Organizing in an Era of Deportation and Dispossession
Co-Sponsored Event

The virulence and pervasiveness of immigration enforcement have fueled migrants to organize in heterogeneous ways. Non-citizens, who are branded with this label, are both legal permanent residents and undocumented. Ninety-two percent of all migrants caught in the dragnet of interior enforcement in 2016 were categorized as “criminal aliens.” What activists term “crimmigration” has become the most effective tool to remove migrants from the interior.

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Indivisible Tohono: Resisting Border Militarization on Tohono O’odham Land Through Education and Civic Engagement 
Research Project Event

Indivisible Tohono is a grassroots organization working on issues that affect the Tohono O’odham Nation and those that affect the Natives within the state of Arizona and federally. Tohono O’odham is a federally recognized tribe split by the US-Mexico border in what is today southern Arizona, and it has become well known for its recent refusal to allow Trump’s Wall on Tohono O’odham land. This event features three key members of Indivisible Tohono who will discuss their work against the US-Mexico border and border-related militarization on Tohono O’odham land through education and civic engagement.

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Race and the Apparatus of Disposability
Major Event

The Center for Race & Gender
Fall 2018 Distinguished Guest Lecture presents

Race and the Apparatus of Disposability

Sherene H. Razack
Distinguished Professor and the Penny Kanner Endowed Chair in Gender Studies, UCLA

Tuesday, April 10, 2018
5:30pm – Reception
6pm – Lecture

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Thursday Forum Series

Faculty and graduate students are welcome to submit proposals to present at the CRG Thursday Forum Series. Proposals to present as an individual or a panel are invited each semester.

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