Can A Border Divide Us: A History of Mexicanos, Chicanos, and Immigrants in the Southwest is a program created under the direction of Alfredo Gutierrez, The Raul Castro Institute at Phoenix College and Puente Human Rights Movement. It consists of a series of lectures and documentaries aimed at providing a broader historical perspective to students and activists and the general public. The primary sponsor is the Lacey Larkin Frontera Fund. It is free and open to the public.
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- Program Dates
- 2016 Events
We are inviting a plethora of film makers, authors and immigration scholars who would join us to discuss specific topics, film screenings and book readings. Speakers who are invited to participate in the program include:
Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund
Other Major Sponsors Include:
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