[act-ma] 11/20 Local Immigrant Youth Organizers report on their delegation to the US-Mexico border.
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Mon Nov 19 13:26:14 PST 2018
When: Tuesday, November 20 from 7:00-9:00 pm
Where: First Baptist Church JP, 633 Centre, St., JP, 02130
Migration as Resistance
> Come and hear local Immigrant Youth Organizers from the Youth Ubuntu
Project (YUP) report back their delegation to the Tijuana, Mexico border.
> When: Tuesday, November 20 from 7:00-9:00 pm
> Where: First Baptist Church JP, 633 Centre, St., JP, 02130
> Why are Central Americans, Africans and Haitians migrating to
> What did Boston Immigrant Youth Organizers learn from migrants in
> How does Boston immigrant organizing connect to migrant
organizing in Mexico?
> How do militarism, racism, economic and environmental
exploitation converge in Tijuana?
> Youth Ubuntu Project (YUP) is a collaborative between the Center to
Support Immigrant Organizing (CSIO) and African Community Economic
Development of New England (ACEDONE). YUP organizers participated in a
recent border delegation organized by Baptist Peace Fellowship of North
America/ Bautistas por la Paz.
> For more information, contact presenters Judenie Dabel
(judenie.dabel001 at umb.edu), Nasteho Ali (nasteho.ali at acedone.org) or
Kevin Whalen (kwhalen at tsne.org) or call 617-742-5165.
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