Border/Fracture: Culture Change and Resistance under the Narcotraffic Regime, March 11, 2016

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Diversity Studies faculty (Organizer) Faculty - Organized by Diversity Studies faculty: Dr. Melinda de Jesus, Celia Herrera Rodriguez, Claudia Bernardi
Date created: 2016-03-11
Work type & Measurements
1 page; 11 x 7.5 in.
Flyer for "Border/Fracture: Culture Change and Resistance under the Narcotraffic Regime, Exploring the effects of narcotraffic violence on immigration, the boder, community, identity, and culture" a Diversity Studies Symposium with presentations in Nahl Hall, Oliver Art Center and Macky Hall, on the CCA Oakland Campus, March 11, 2016.
Depicted persons: Abby Abinanti, Cristina Casado, Tatiana Reinoza, Roberto Gutierrez Varea, Claudia Bernardi, Guillermo Galindo, Violeta Luna, Dr. Melinda de Jesus, Celia Herrera Rodriguez
Time period: 2010-2019
Geographic: Oakland, Calif.
Topic: California College of Arts and Crafts
Topic: Diversity Studies
CCA/C subject: College events
Archives Series & Subseries
Series: III. College Life
Subseries: 3. Events
Oakland Campus — Meyer Library — Archives — (Box) Series III College Life Subseries 3 Events (Folder) College Events Lectures 2010-2019
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