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"¿Que Pasa en Chile? Social Protest & Constitutional Change," 4:30pm at G08 Uris Hall

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 4:30pm

Uris Hall, G08 109 Tower Rd City of Ithaca Tompkins NY

Why are citizens resisting neoliberal policies? What proposals are coming out of student, women, & indigenous organizations? Join the discussion on December 4th, 4:30pm at G08 Uris Hall. This Latin American Studies Program Public Issues Forum is co-sponsered by Cornell History & Government Departments, Binghamton University Human Development, Politics Department & Latin American Studies (Ithaca College). The panelists who will be speaking are Leonardo Vargas-Mendez, Ray Craib, Patricia Rodriguez, and René Rojas. 

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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs, Latino Studies Program, History, Government, Romance Studies, Latin American Studies Program, Latino Living Center



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Leah Marx

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Leonardo Vargas-Mendez, Ray Craib, Patricia Rodriguez, and René Rojas. 

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Cornell University (Vargas-Mendez, Craib), Ithaca College (Rodriguez), Binghamton University (Rojas)

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Wheelchair and audio accessible. Please contact us with any accessability needs as soon as possible

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