WE ARE YOU PROJECT

A Poetry Reading on Social Justice and Immigration
at the Human Rights Institute Gallery

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, AT 3 P.M.

The poetry reading is part of a series of free campus events highlighting the issues of social justice and immigration, and centered around the We Are You Project exhibition.

The We Are You Project, which will remain on display through January 2016, combines visual art, poetry, music, performance art and film to explore the lived experiences of Latinos within and beyond the United States. Featured artists uniquely depict current social, cultural, political and economic conditions to increase awareness and inspire action to improve the human experience.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Guest Lecture & Panel Discussion — Wednesday, October 28
Film Screening — Monday, November 9

HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE GALLERY HOURS:
Monday — Wednesday: 11 a.m. — 6 p.m.
Thursday: 11 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 11 a.m. — 4 p.m.

POETS:
Alan Britt • Bina Sarkar Ellias • Mike Foldes • Duda Penteado • George Nelson Preston

VISUAL ARTISTS:
José Acosta • Efren Ave • Nelson Álvarez ‘08 • Ray Arcadio • Willie Báez • Josephine Barreiro • Hugo X. Bastidas • Monica S. Camin • Priscila  De Carvalho • Jacqui Casale • Gerardo Castro • Pablo Caviedes • Carlos Chavez • Williams Coronado • Olga Cruz • Maritza Davila • Ricardo Fonseca • Roberto Márquez • Elizabeth Jiménez Montelongo • Hugo Morales • Lisette Morel • Gabriel Navar • Raphael Montañez Ortíz • Jimmy Peña • Joe Peña • Duda Penteado • Alvin E. Quiñones • Mel Ramos • Rolando Reyna • Ana Laura Rivera • José Rodeiro • Marta Sánchez • Patricio Moreno Toro • Sergio Villamizar • Raúl Villarreal