Human Rites

Arizona State University faculty advisor Michael Stancliff is as excited about social networking as that aunt of yours who just discovered how to put photos of her prized poodle up on Facebook. Stancliff says that “justice work happens along paths of activity and organization that are dynamically at work in Arizona and around the world,” and so he’s made sure that this year’s Border Justice Series focuses heavily on generating networks.

Events that take place during the three-day series include a display of Latino-inspired posters by Associate Professor Patricia Clark, a meditation on border issues with the Tohono O’dham tribe, and a presentation of New Carpa Theatre Company Performing SB1070 a collection of 12 immigration-themed short plays – at the Arizona State Capitol building.

March 30-April 1, 2011
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Ed Kummerer