Migrant farmworkers in the United States—the people who plant, cultivate, and harvest our food—are beating the odds if they live to be 50 years old.
Roberto De Anda, Chicano/Latino Studies faculty, authored the article "Ernesto Galarza and Mexican Children's Literature in the United States," published in Camino Real: Estudios de las Hispanidades Norteamericanas, Vol. 7, No. 4.
The Portland Center for Public Humanities cordially invites you to the Faculty Lunch and Lecture Series.
In March, we will welcome Hillary Jenks. She will be presenting
Join Professor Robyn Rodriguez in the seminar
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies presents:
A Lecture by Robyn Rodriguez, Associate Professor of Asian American Studies at University of California, Davis.
This film addresses the lives of female sweatshop workers and the negative effects of globalization in a free trade zone within Tijuana.
Thursday, November 1, 5:30 p.m.Lincoln Hall 75 | 1620 SW Park AvenueFree and open to the public