Aug. 14, 2020: COVID-19 and Border Health: A Coffee Hour Q&A with Robert Guerrero

08/14/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM GMT-07:00
10 AM- 11 AM Friday, August 14
$10 Suggested Donation
Zoom Webinar

Join us for a coffee in a Zoom webinar with Robert Guerrero, Chief of the Office of Border Health for Arizona's Department of Health Services. The mission of the Office of Border Health (OBH) is to promote and protect the health of all border area residents through sound, competent public health practices along the Arizona-Sonora border. The Office of Border Health coordinates and integrates public health program efforts to identify, monitor, control and prevent adverse health events in border communities. Robert will cover the COVID-19 public health crisis' implications to our binational region and share his work over the last 15 years with the department to strengthen cross-border public health collaboration with Sonora, Mexico.

A link to this Zoom webinar will be shared with registrants the day prior to event date.

Aug. 20, 2020: Nogales Civil Society & COVID-19: A Coffee Hour with FESAC

08/20/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM GMT-07:00
10 AM Thurs., 20 August 2020 
$10 suggested donation

Join us for a morning cafecito via Zoom with our partner and Sonoran counterpart FESAC (Fundación del Empresariado Sonorense AC). We will be joined by both Alma Cota de Yanez, director of FESAC  and Luis Torres, board president of the Nogales community foundation to learn more about the work of their organization, the partnership with BCA as well as the important concept of social investment. Alma and Luis will also provide an update on the civil society NGOs in the FESAC-BCA network which we work in coordination to support during the pandemic. 

.A direct link to the Zoom meeting will be sent out via email the day prior to the forum with RSVP.

Aug. 23 & 28, 2020: Historical Archaeology and Immigrant Labor in Ruby, Arizona

08/23/2020 02:00 PM - 08/28/2020 03:00 AM GMT-07:00
Part 1: Video Premiere: Sunday August 23
Part 2: Live Q&A via Zoom: Friday August 28 at 2:00 PM
BCA's Education & Research Specialist Magda Mankel will speak about an ongoing historical archaeology project at Ruby, Arizona. This is a project spearheaded by Dr. Haeden Stewart in collaboration with the Undocumented Migration Project. Learn about the basic principles of historical archaeology and the role that archaeologists play as advocates for contemporary social justice issues. The video presentation will feature an interview with Dr. Stewart which focuses on his current work at the historic mining town of Ruby. 

Links to both the video presentation and the Zoom meeting Q&A will be provided the day of the video premiere via email with RSVP. 
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