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Public Lecture - Maria Hinojosa
Public Lecture - Maria Hinojosa
WhenWednesday, Nov 1, 2017, 7:30 – 9 p.m.
Campus room130
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsors
  • UW Graduate School
  • UW Alumni Association
  • Latino Center for Health
  • Department of Communication
  • Center for Communication
  • Difference and Equity
  • Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  • Disability Studies Program
  • School of Social Work
  • School of Public Health
  • Center for Health, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Seattle Globalist (Department of Communication)
  • Center for Studies of Demography and Ecology
  • Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs

Testing the Limits of Due Process Denial – Latinos & Immigrants as the Canaries in the Mine

Maria Hinojosa is one of the few national journalists who has for decades been reporting consistently about undocumented immigrants and documented the ICE Industrial Complex with multiple visits to detention camps across the country. In this lecture Hinojosa will speak about how the treatment of immigrants and refugees in our country affects our broader society. Many think about undocumented immigrants: I am not an immigrant so what happens to them doesn’t pertain or affect me. But if due process is being constantly denied to people living in our country, the chances of it being denied to others is that much greater. Hinojosa will speak about her frontline reporting on this issue that affects not just a few people, but all of us.…
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