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Humanizing Deportation exhibit continues at I-House

Valencia Scott, center, of the AB540 & Undocumented Student Center at UC Davis, talks about the center’s work during an immigration forum at International House Davis last week. Myra Casillas/Courtesy photo

By Anne Ternus-Bellamy

"A month-long program at International House Davis that features personal stories of deportation in order to humanize what is often a discussion based more on policy and statistics has been extended into December.

Humanizing Deportation features a multimedia exhibition of more than 50 first-person narratives of deportation, along with portraits, silkscreen posters and original drawings.

The work has been on display at I-House since early October and has been accompanied by events and workshops over the last several weeks, including training on supporting immigrants as well as a forum where local organizations who serve the immigrant community discussed their programs and offered ways for local residents to get involved."

Read the full story at The Davis Enterprise.