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Saturday, July 9 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Economic Autonomy in the Immigrants' Rights Movement/ Economia autonoma en el movimiento de derechos a los inmigrantes

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As we build a more robust movement towards economic autonomy, it is necessary for us to build accountability to different people's struggles for self-determination. As the fight for immigrants' rights continues, it is necessary for us to explore the capitalist exploitation of immigrants and how to overcome it. This will be a space to consider these and other topics pertaining to the crossover between the new economy and immigrants' rights.

A medida que vamos construyendo un movimiento más fuerte para la autonomía económica, es necesario  que desarrollemos la transparencia de los desafíos que otras personas enfrentan para obtener su autodeterminación. A medida que la lucha por derechos a los inmigrantes continúa, es necesario que nosotros exploremos la explotación capitalista de los inmigrantes y cómo vencerla. Este será un espacio para considerar estos y otras temas pertinentes a la mezcla entre la nueva economía y derechos al inmigrante.

Este taller se llevará a cabo en Inglés y en Español. Todos son bienvenidos; todos los participantes no bilingües se les proporcionaran equipo auriculares de interpretación. Límite: 40 participantes no bilingües.

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Esme Baltazar

Artist, Educator, Organizer. Originally from San Antonio, TX, Esmeralda worked with Fuerza Unida, a Latina-led organization that empowers women workers and their families to organize for justice. It’s through that work that she came to Highlander, first through the Southern Grassroots Economies Project. An accomplished visual artist, Esmeralda also holds an MA in Educational Leadership, Politics and Advocacy from New York University.

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Francisco (Pancho) Argüelles Paz y Puente

Pancho is director of Living Hope Wheelchair Association, a grassroots organization of immigrants with spinal cord injuries. He is one of the founders of Fe y Justicia Worker Center, a community organization in Houston for low-wage immigrant workers. Since coming to the U.S. from Mexico in 1996, Pancho has served as a teacher and mentor in the immigrant rights movement to build institutions that empower and defend the most vulnerable coming to... Read More →


Saturday July 9, 2016 11:15am - 12:30pm
Ketchum Hall 111

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