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Liberating Stories of Resistance Along the U.S./Mexico Border

October 1, 2019 at 5:00pm6:30pm EDT

Sims Hall, 319

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Michelle Téllez (University of Arizona) has a long history of grassroots community engagement and activism in multiple social justice projects that draw on critical pedagogy, principles of sustainability, community-based arts, performance, and visual media. Her scholarly work focuses on identity, mothering, transnational community formation, cross-border labor organizing, gendered migration, and autonomy and resistance along the U.S./Mexico border.

This public talk, hosted by Women’s and Gender Studies, co-sponsored by the Humanities Center, draws on recent social justice organizing along the U.S. Mexico border, and focuses specifically on women’s narratives of resistance.

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This event was published on August 7, 2019.

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