Dear colleagues and community members,


Sharing this email on behalf of the UVM Global and Regional Studies Program!


"The Quiet Force" investigates the human and economic impact of Hispanic immigrants living in ski towns -- specifically, Mammoth, Vail, and Jackson -- where they comprise 30% (or more) of the local population. Co-Director Hilary Byrne '11 UVM alum will be in attendance.
Screening at 6:00pm, Panel Discussion to follow.
Panelist Bios:
Susan Sussman - caseworker for Senator Patrick Leahy, specializing in immigration issues
Leslie Holman - immigration lawyer, member American Immigration Lawyers Association, Vermont State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission of Civil Rights and sits on the Board of the Federal Bar Association, Immigration Section. She also provides pro-bono advice and assistance to local agencies involved in immigration related issues.
Pablo Bose - Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Director of Global and Regional Studies, UVM, research on migration, refugee resettlement, global cities, transnationalism and diasporas. 
FREE & open to the public
Sponsored by Film & Television Studies Program, Global & Regional Studies, and Reporting & Documentary Storytelling Minor/Center for Research on VT, with support from the Peace and Justice Center.



Marilyn Eldred

Program Administrative Coordinator

Global and Regional Studies Program

Humanities Center

Miller Center for Holocaust Studies

University of Vermont

A506 Old Mill Annex

94 University Place

Burlington, VT 05405




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