Join us as we investigate the ways that our economic system could be the root cause of war, poverty, and environmental destruction, by using film as a medium for exploration and discussion.
AbUSed presents the devastating effects of US Enforcement Immigration Policies on communities, families and children. The film tells the gripping personal stories of the individuals, the families and the town that survived the most brutal, most expensive and largest immigration raid in the history of the United States.
Thursday, April 26th
6:30pm refreshments, 6:45pm film followed by discussion
The Wesley Foundation Lounge
(First United Methodist Church, 120 S. State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104)
Open to the public.
Details: email@example.com, 734-663-1870.
Sponsored by ICPJ’s Latin America Task Force.
Co-sponsored by the Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights, the Social Action Committee of Beth Israel Congregation, St. Mary Student Parish, and the Latin America and Caribbean Environmental Group (LACEG) at the School of Natural Resources and the Environment.