Diana Molina brings to life, Seven String Barbed Wire Fence in a Chautauqua performance
March 31 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Experience history coming to life when Diana Molina brings to life, Seven String Barbed Wire Fence: The Many Faces of Latino Immigration in the United States, Friday, March 31, at 7 p.m., in the Little Theatre.
Seven String Barbed Wire Fence aims to provide a balanced, informative account of the often emotionally charged issue of Latino immigration to the U.S. This multimedia presentation gives a human face to the issue: different voices, independent and disunited, are bound by the common theme of immigration.
Diana Molina is a professional photographer and writer who lives in southern New Mexico’s Mesilla Valley. Her sociological essays have appeared in numerous magazines and journals including Elle, Esquire, National Geographic Traveler, Vogue, Texas Highways and New Mexico Magazine.
The Chautauqua performances are free and sponsored by the San Juan College Foundation, the New Mexico Humanities Council, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, San Juan College Encore Program and KSJE 90.9 FM.
For further information, contact the San Juan College Box Office, at 566-3430.