Black and white image with people fleeing from area

The Right to Grow Old: Stories from the Honduran Migrant Crisis

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
6:30 pm
Farmer School of Business, Room 1000

A decade of violence, corruption and scarcity triggered a vast movement of Hondurans fleeing collapsing communities towards perceived shelter across borders. The lecture will render visible the man-made catastrophe of forced migration on a people who refused dispossession, and fight for their right to grow old in Honduras, Mexico and the United States.

Sponsored by: College of Education, Health, and Society, Department of Educational Leadership, the Department of Global & Intercultural Studies, International Studies, Latin American, Latino/a, and Caribbean Studies, the Department Spanish & Portuguese & the Office of Community Engagement and Service

Tomas Ayuso
Tomas Ayuso
Photojournalist, National Geographic Explorer & Open Society Foundation's Migration Fellow 2018-2020