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“Racism, Austerity, and Precarity: Canada’s Role in Shaping Anti-Migrant Policies”

Human and migrant justice activist Harsha Walia will visit Bellingham for our Community Engagement Forum on Migrant Justice.
Roundtable Discussion & Dialogue with Maru Mora, Junga Subedar, and Michelle Vendiola
Harsha Walia is a cofounder of the migrant justice group No One Is Illegal, author of the award-winning book Undoing Border Imperialism, and Project Coordinator at the Downtown Eastside Women's Center. For the past two decades, she has been involved in grassroots community organizing for migrant, racial, gender and environmental justice. Trained in the law, she has made numerous presentations to the United Nations on Canadian immigration and detention policies. Harsha is a recipient of the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives Power of Youth Award, Westender's Best of the City in Activism Award, and named "one of Canada's most brilliant and effective organizers" by Naomi Klein.
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