Yakima Valley Museum

Community Forum on ImmigrationCOMMUNITY FORUM ON IMMIGRATION
Saturday, April 2, 2011 - 1:00P.M.
Yakima Valley Museum - Free and open to the public.

A presentation and discussion held in conjunction with the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Seattle. Moderated by Eric Anderson, Instructor of Anthropology at Yakima Valley Community College. Made possible through a grant from Humanities Washington.

Community Management of Immigration - David Griffith
Griffith is a Senior Scientist and Professor of Anthropology at the Institute of Coastal Science and Policy, and the Department of Anthropology at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.

Immigrant Management of Communities - Ricardo Contreras
Contreras is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at East Carolina University and the Director of the Nuevo South Research Collaborative, an organization dedicated to creating research and advocacy partnerships between Latino organizations and university personnel across North Carolina.

Migration Within the United States - Greg Hinze
Hinze is an Instructor of History at Heritage University. Hinze's thesis examined emigration from Arkansas to the Wenatchee Valley from 1930 to 1960.

Chicano/Latino Studies - Gilberto Garcia
Garcia is an Assistant Professor at Central Washington University, with a Ph.D. from UC Riverside focusing on Latin American Studies. His expertise is in the area of Chicano/Latino Studies with an emphasis on Pacific Northwest, and U.S. Mexico border studies.


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