Date(s) - Thursday, December 13th, 2018
12:15 pm - 2:00 pm

University of San Diego

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In the span of less than a week, nearly 6,000 Central American migrants and refugees have arrived in Tijuana, most seeking asylum in the United States. The political situation is tense and humanitarian conditions are abysmal. Men, women, and children who need help and resources face hostility from the United States and Tijuana governments, extreme uncertainty, and a barrage of false information.

Join us for a teach-in led by USD Professors Ev Meade, Victor Carmona, and Greg Prieto, and the Mulvaney Center’s point person in Mexico, María Silva.
Hahn University Center, Forums A and B

In the discussion, we will:

fill you in on the latest information about the caravan

answer your questions about the broader context

update you on the amazing work that colleagues and organizations across campus have undertaken with our community partners

share how you can get involved