Hostile Terrain 94: NEIPJC
The Hostile Terrain 94 crew at Luther College is looking forward to welcoming supporters of the Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Center. These slots are open to up to 5 people each where you will be explained the purpose of the Hostile Terrain 94 exhibit and learn more about the U.S-Mexico's border crisis plus the effects it has on migrants who come to the United States due to sociopolitical factors from many countries in Latin America. Exhibit visitors will be asked to fill out toe tags to commemorate and memorialize just a few individuals of 3,194 who have lost their lives in the Sonoran Desert since 1994.
What is this experience comprised of?
Students and staff at Luther College have worked to create a multi-modal exhibit experience through the usage of the art, informational panels, online writings, pictures, and videos to help better one's understanding of the conditions and the struggles of migrants. One hour is allowed for each session. In this time you will be asked to watch a 15 minute long video introducing you to the exhibit, then to take time to fill out 1-3 toe tags, to look at other aspects of the exhibit hall, and to ask questions of the student worker or gallery host there. There is nothing you have to bring and everything will be provided for you.
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