Oberlin College and Conservatory

Film: ‘‘Undeterred’’ - Community Resistance on the U.S./Mexico Border

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm

King Building, 106
10 North Professor Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

The U.S. border policy uses death as a deterrent to migration. Those who live on the border, and those who cross it, remain undeterred. The Border Studies Program is partnering with Eva Lewis, director of Undeterred, a critical new documentary on community organizing, human rights, and social movements in the binational Arizona/Sonora border region.

This film powerfully captures the issues of contemporary border militarization and how people are coming together across borders to challenge its most harmful impacts.

Please join us for this film screening, followed b Q & A with the filmmaker.


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Films & Screenings


Academic, History, Latin American Studies, Administrative, Study Away




Free and open to the public

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desert area with a big sign saying checkpoint closed.

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Rochelle Travis

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