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Dialogue and Digital Storytelling for Intergroup Solidarity

September 6, 2019 4:11 PM

Professors Felipe Filomeno and Tania Lizarazo have partnered with Latino Racial Justice Circle and Maryland Humanities in community-engaged research in Baltimoreusing dialogues and digital storytelling for cooperation between immigrants and US-born people in Baltimore faith communities. Global Studies Senior, Romi Pal served as research assistant on this project last semester.
Read more about this project in UMBC Policy and Society news here:

https://news.umbc.edu/umbc-partners-with-latino-racial-justice-circle-and-maryland-humanities-in-community-engaged-research-in-southeast-baltimore/
Professors Felipe Filomeno and Tania Lizarazo will present the process and results of this project on September 10, 4 – 5:30 p.m., in the Theatre Rehearsal Space of the Performance Arts and Humanities Building (PAHB 127) Event link:  https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/dreshercenter/events/71881

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