Arte y Cultura without Borders

  • USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work Los Angeles, California 90089
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Latino/a Social Work Caucus & Social Work Arts Interest Group presents "Arte y Cultura without Borders." 

Join us to explore the face of Latino migration issues through art!

Enjoy a documentary on "Mamas Deportadas" and a Q&A session with director and USC alumna, Alejandra Cortez, artwork by Dreamers connected to Casa Jalisco, and Catrina artist, Ricardo Soltero. 

Plus a live performance by Natalia Serna through musical story-telling of migrant stories! Check out her Corazon Norte website: http://www.corazonnorte.com/ 

Social Hour will be held before the event to provide an opportunity to network with fellow USC students, staff, and faculty as well as other agencies over appetizers and agua fresca. 

The event is FREE!!!

This event is a precursor for our 'No Mas' Immigration Conference on April 8th (9:00am-4:00pm). 

We'd like to thank our sponsors Casa Jalisco, USC Student Org, and USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work.