Border Protests and Transnational Solidarities Roundtable

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Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art Roundtable | UC Davis

PosterAs a response to border tensions and conflicts, protest cultures have produced new, transborder communities and imaginaries that have reformulated transnational solidarities. Migrant rights, anti-war, feminist, queer, and indigenous rights movements have used cross-border networks as well as cultural production and digital technologies to mobilize across borders, but have also faced repression, criminalization, and nativist backlash. This roundtable will bring together activists and scholars from around the world to explore how borders are evoking new dynamics of resistance in different sites of struggle against racialized border violence, militarization, occupation, displacement, partition, and colonization.

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