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Performing Arts and Speaker Series

Enrique Morones - Border Angels, Border Realities, and Immigration Today

Enrique MoronesTime: Jan. 11, 2011, 7:30 p.m.

Box office phone for this event: 509-963-1774

Location: Music Building Concert Hall

Tickets: $10 general admission; CWU students free with CWU ID

This event is in collaboration with the CWU Diversity Education Center, Center for Latino and Latin American Studies, and the Department of Foreign Languages.

Long-time, internationally known human rights activist Enrique Morones founded the non-profit Border Angels in 1986 to help individuals survive the harrowing experience of crossing the desert into the United States.

Border Angels puts food, water, and other provisions in the desert for individuals in an effort to keep them alive. Morones also founded Gente Unida, a human rights border coalition made up of 65 groups that went head-to-head with the citizen border-watching group, the Minutemen. Recently, he completed a 75-mile trek through Mexico and US deserts in solidarity with migrants.

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