Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

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Wells Theater at Wesley College
120 North State Street
Dover, DE

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Although diversity in our communities has increasingly caught society’s attention during the last four decades, historically-even before its inception-the U.S. soil has fostered a variety of demographic movements that make us question today’s definition of immigration. 

To fully understand the immigration experience, we ought to review personal, sociological, and historical components that redefine the term and who we label as “immigrants”.  It will invite us to see with fresher eyes our relationships as neighbors in Kent County, in the U.S. and in the global village. 

This lecture would be presented from the Hispanic-Latino perspective by: 
Charito Calvachi-Mateyko. She is a restorative justice practitioner and a passionate promoter of racial justice and the Latino culture.

For more information, contact: 
Carlos S. Reyes-Rodríguez • (443) 846-3365 • carlospendel@gmail.com

Wells Theater is located in Slaybaugh Hall off Cecil Street and the North Plaza of the Wesley College Campus (Blue and white balloons will be displayed at the door). You also can park earlier at Wesley United Methodist Church (209 S. State St., Dover, DE) and join us for a quick meal at 6:00 pm. By 6:20 pm, you can walk to the theater or take a free shuttle.
Attached Files

immigration flyer.pdf