Sun, Apr 05 |

Children and the Immigration Crisis: A Book Club

Will be held online via Zoom
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Time & Location

Apr 05, 2020, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

About The Event

Join the Immigration Committee and other community members as we discuss Valeria Luiselli's celebrated book 

Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions (2017), which examines the immigration crisis from the perspective of children trapped in its center.  Karen Spira, a Spanish professor at Guilford College and a member of Temple's Board of Trustees, will facilitate a discussion about Luiselli's reporting.

We invite you to read Luiselli's book before the study session.  It is short -- about 100 pp. long -- but has been hailed as a crucial book for this moment.  It is available in Spanish as Los niños perdidos: Un ensayo en 40 preguntas.

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