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Seven String Barbed-Wire Fence: The Many Faces of Latino Immigration in the U.S.

Graham Golden - Thursday, September 17, 2015

by Diana Molina, Regional Artist & NM Humanities Council Chautauqua Scholar

 

Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 7:00 p.m. 

at Guadalupe Commons, Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey

 

Seven String Barbed-Wire Fence aims to provide a balanced, informative account of the often emotionally-charged issue of Latino Immigration to the U.S. A polyphonic multimedia presentation gives a human face to the issue: different voices, independent and disunited are bound by the common theme of immigration. Photos, montages, three-dimensional installation examples, and a short video document the formidable barriers along the border environment and provide a comprehensive portrayal of the actors and arguments within the post-9/11 debate over policy reform.


Sponsored by:
New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs
New Mexico Humanities Council
St. Norbert College

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