UMass Center for Justice, Law, and Societies is hosting an opening reception for a photo exhibition on November 10 at the Colombian Consulate in New York City. The exhibition features work by Colombian migrants who participated in a six month photovoice research project co-led by graduate student Luz Maria Sanchez Duque, with administrative support from CJLS director and Associate Professor Jamie Rowen. This event is supported by Humanity United and the Colombian Victims Unit. The project aims to increase solidarity among Colombian migrants living in the United States, to serve as a form of symbolic reparation, and to build dialogue between Colombian migrants and the Colombian and U.S. governments.
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