Commemorate New York City's Eight Migration Week (April 15 - 22) with a screening of
The Other Side of Immigration
A Film by Dr. Roy Germano
With a special performance by Mexican Hip Hop group
“Hispanos Causando Paniko"
Based on over 700 interviews, The Other Side of Immigration is a nationally acclaimed film about why Mexicans immigrate to the US, what happens
to families left behind and how to approach the design of new immigration policies. For more information, visit www.theothersideofimmigration.com.
In addition, the Queens-based group Hispanos Causando Paniko (HCP), pioneers of Spanish language Hip Hop in New York City and Los Angeles,
will present their electrifying songs such as "De las Calles, Para Las Calles" about the struggles of Hispanic Immigrants and their youths
in New York. For more information visit www.hispanoscausandopaniko.com.
FRIDAY, APRIL 15,2011
K KEATING HALL 110, 12:45 - 2:45 PM
RSVP REQUIRED: firstname.lastname@example.org
The event will be followed by a reception where participants will be able to meet with Dr. Germano and HCP members and engage in discussions on
how this and future Latino films and Hip Hop music productions may serve as intruments of education and social change.
Students, faculty, administratiors and friends of Fordham are all welcome!
P Presented by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Centre for International Policy Studies' research unit on Migration, Gender and
Development and with support from Fordham Deans' Council.