[Ed. – The school is urging students to consort with lawbreakers. What’s the number of the local police?]
The University of Kansas is offering a workshop for students who are “interested in learning how to be a better ally to undocumented immigrants in the U.S” in conjunction with an art installation that creates “dazzling portraits” of “undocumented immigrants.”
The KU Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies is hosting a new “Allyship with Undocumented Immigrants” workshop on Wednesday. According to the university, the workshop is open to the public, but is “of particular interest to educators and students.”
The event description makes clear that such allyship “requires solidarity and action” and bills the workshop as a place to start for those who are “feeling the call to help” as “conditions around the country worsen” for illegal immigrants.
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The inspiration for the event comes from a particular work of art to be housed at the university’s Spencer Museum of Art in January.