[act-ma] 3/17 Border Stories: Film Screening and Discussion with Film-makers
cwelch at tecschange.org
Sun Mar 15 10:34:16 PDT 2009
Border Stories: Film Screening and Discussion with Film-makers
Join us for dinner and a screening of "Border Stories".
The U.S.-Mexico Border is the longest land boundary between the
developed and the developing world. Debates about immigration,
international trade, cultural change, terrorism and security,
environmental quality, and the drug trade converge there. Border Stories
presents the voices from along this 2000 mile line.
Speakers: Film makers, Clara Long, Ben Fundis
Location: MIT Student Center (across the street from 77 Mass. Ave. and
set back about 100 yards on the right.
Building W20 <http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=W20&mapsearch=go>,
Latino Cultural Center (LCC) in the Basement
Contact: froy at mit.edu
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): Western Hemisphere Project, ASB, LUChA
For more information, contact:
Froylan E. Sifuentes
froy at mit.edu
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