Perspectives on Human Migration

7:00-8:00pm Tuesday, October 2, 2018 The Commons

Lua Yuille, KU School of Law
Luke Murray, St. Lawrence Catholic Center
Ebenezer Obadare, KU Dept. of Sociology
Moderator: David Tamez, Lawrence Talks!




  • What motivates people to move from one place to another?
  • How does migration affect a place left behind?
  • How do we understand citizenship?

To establish common ground, this discussion will begin by examining the facts about migration, before venturing into questions that draw on ideologies. The speakers will present from their perspectives, and a moderated discussion will follow.

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