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, The Davis Enterprise

"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.


The exhibition at International House has been co-sponsored by the UC Humanities Research Institute, the UC Mexico Initative, UC MEXUS, UC Davis Global Affairs, CONACYT and the UC Davis Office of the Provost."

Read the full story at the Davis Enterprise