Undocuweek 2017

Agenda for Undocuweek 2017

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The Department of Anthropology is proud to support our students by participating in panels on April 5 and April 7, as well as co-sponsoring the screening of “Who is Dayani Crystal?” as part of Undocuweek 2017 (April 2-7).

Visit undocumented.georgetown.edu for more information!

Sunday, April 2

Dahlgren Chapel, 5 pm, 7 pm, 7:30 pm and 9:30pm
Open to the public
Sunday Mass & Hospitality Night

Monday, April 3

Red Square 7:30 pm
Open to the public
Interfaith Forum Candlelight Vigil – “Standing with our Muslim, Jewish, refugee, and immigrant neighbors, friends, and family”

Tuesday, April 4

Career Education Center Library, 6 pm
Open to the public
“Life After Graduation” – Join members of the Career Center and United We Dream for this special session about employment opportunities once you have your degree.

Wednesday, April 5

McGhee Library, 5:15 pm – 6:30 pm
Open to the public
Roundtable discussion with Dr. Susan Terrio, Professor in the Anthropology Department, and a lively discussion on her most recent book about unaccompanied minors: “Whose Child Am I?”

Wednesday, April 5

Healy Hall G-19, 7 pm
GU Community Members Only
GSPizza: “How to Be an Ally”

Thursday, April 6

Car Barn 204, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Open to the public
Movie Screening – “Who is Dayani Crystal?”
An anonymous body in the Arizona desert sparks the beginning of a real-life human drama. The search for identity leads us back across a continent to seek out the people left behind and the meaning of a mysterious tattoo.

Friday, April 7 

Leavey Makom, 12 pm – 1:30 pm
Open to the public
Roundtable discussion with Dr. Denise Brennan, Chair of the Anthropology Department, and a guided discussion titled: “Migrant Resistance and Resilience in the Time of Trump”

Red Square, 11:30 am – 3 pm
Open to the public
“National Institutions Coming Out Day” Campaign – Join the movement…become an unafraid student, educator, and an ally! GU believes that we must consistently champion for undocumented students’ rights to education through leadership and advocacy.

Leavey Center 325, 3 pm
GU Community Members Only
“Coffee Hour” @ LGBTQ Resource Center- Our community will construct a parallel between coming out as undocumented and coming as out LGBTQ and how our intersecting identities affect the “coming out” process.