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Cal Talk: "Immigration: Making Sense of the Current Debate"

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DC AREA STUDENTS: PLEASE REGISTER HERE FOR

"IMMIGRATION: MAKING SENSE OF THE CURRENT DEBATE"

a talk given by
Marie Price, UC Berkeley '84, Syracuse PhD
Professor and Acting Chair, Department of Geography
The George Washington University
Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
UCDC, 1608 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036
Recent polls show that U.S. voters identify immigration as the most important issue facing the country, and immigration is expected to play a significant issue in the 2020 election cycle. Join Professor Marie Price, L&S '84, to get insights beyond the headlines. Dr. Price will discuss the impact of immigration locally and nationally; how the current administration's policies are affecting the undocumented population; and Immigrant Gateway Cities around the world and how they are forming, changing, and influencing national and international politics/policies.
Cost: $5/ticket for Paid 2019 DC Cal Alumni Members
$10/2 tickets for Alumni + 1 2019 Paid Members
$10/ticket for the general public or at the door
Paying attendees - REGISTER HERE

*NO CHARGE FOR CURRENT UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE STUDENTS, BUT PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND*
(Students must show student ID at door)*


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