MONDAY -THE BORDER WALL, Lowe Plaza, all day Monday (postponed until later in the week for weather) -VIGIL, Sundial, 6pm, we will begin a candle-lit vigil for those who have lost their lives and been deeply affected by immigration and crossing the border. We will be reading off names and invite others to share stories of themselves/others they know. -ROOTed Discussion on Border Policing, 9pm, IRC
TUESDAY Intersections of Invisible Immigrant Identities -Join us for an INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION with speakers and students to reflect on the more nuanced identities of the immigration conversation. Speakers include Sel J. Hwahng, Ph.D, visiting Scholar and Adjunct Professor at the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race at Columbia University and Verónica Bayetti Flores, Senior Policy Analyst at Latina Institute, 7-9pm, IRC Conference Room.
WEDNESDAY -PANEL ON THE INTERSECTIONS OF ACTIVISM AND INTELLECTUAL PERSPECTIVES ON IMMIGRATION. Panelists include Sonia Guinansaca, New York State Youth Leadership Council, Jen Waller, Arizona Boycott Coalition, Teresa Gutierrez, May 1st Coalition and Professor Mae Ngai, Lung Family Professor of Asian American Studies and Professor of History at Columbia, 7-9pm (Diana, LL103)
THURSDAY -DREAM ACT PHONE BANKING PIZZA PARTY, come and call your senators to support the DREAM Act at Casa Latina in East Campus, 5-8pm.
FRIDAY -DOCUMENTARY SCREENING: 9500 Liberty, Prince William County, Virginia becomes ground zero in America’s explosive battle over immigration policy when elected officials adopt a law requiring police officers to question anyone they have "probable cause" to suspect is an undocumented immigrant. 6pm, Dodge Hall INSIDE Earl Hall.