Critical Conversations: The Mexican Paradox at Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe
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Critical Conversations: The Mexican Paradox

Wednesday Aug 1, 2018

1050 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM
US

Phone: (505) 982-1338

Cost:

$5

Contact:

CCA

Phone: 505.982.1338
Website: Click to Visit

A panel discussion covering issues from migration and the border to the drug war and human rights with Alejandro Madrazo, a Mexican law professor and activist.

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A panel discussion covering issues from migration and the border to the drug war and human rights with Alejandro Madrazo, a Mexican law professor and activist, who has helped make abortion and gay marriage legal in Mexico. He will be joined by Catalina Perez Correa, an expert on Mexico’s drug policy and criminal justice system.  Native Santa Fean Lisa Veneklasen will speak to the role of women in human rights in Mexico.  The panel will be moderated by James Gollin of the Angelica Foundation, who has been funding in Mexico since 1994.