Immigration issues focus of EWU lectures
Last updated 2/27/2020 at 4:37pm
Eastern Washington University’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program and Women’s and Gender Education (WAGE) Center has been taking a look at immigration issues through a quarter-long program dedicated to educating the community.
EWU’s 2020 Activist in Residence Lili Navarrete has been providing a focus on these issues to non-immigrants through the lens of an immigrant in a series of Wednesday lectures, which continue through March 11 at Monroe Hall. Navarrete immigrated with her family to Spokane from Mexico City in 1988, earning a bachelor’s of arts degree in international affairs...