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"The Sea is History" Exhibit Opening and Discussion

Tuesday, 15 September, 4-5:30pm, Perkins Library, Biddle Rare Book Room
Who are the maritime migrants of the Caribbean? What is the nature of their journey? What duty do we owe to these mariners? Join us in a search for answers with Professor Jorge Duany from the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras who has studied Caribbean migration for three decades and Cheryl Little, award-winning human rights activist and founder of the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center who has represented the rights of Haitian immigrants in major Federal litigation. Co-Sponsors: the Libraries, Duke Atlantic Studies, Center for Global Studies & the Humanities, Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Departments of African and African American Studies, Romance Studies, Women's Studies, Duke in the Andes, Office of the Vice-Provost for International Affairs, Program in Latino/a Studies in the Global South.

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Posted 8 September 2009
 

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