The sixth Arts and Lectures event of the semester focuses on the film “Deported,” which looks at immigration issues from a different angle. The panel includes Rachèle Magloire, the film’s director, and Guerline Jozef, a leading immigration expert who has testified before Congress.
The presentation is at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 17 on Zoom. The event is free for Cal State San Marcos students; community members, faculty and staff can make a donation if they wish.
“Deported” follows members of a unique group of outcasts in Haiti: criminal deportees from North America. Most have not been on Haitian soil since they left as very young children. Through a series of individual portraits, “Deported” gives voice to the former offenders and their families. Viewers are left to ponder the multifaceted impact of repatriation and whether it creates more problems than it solves.
CSUSM’s Arts and Lectures series offers a diverse lineup of artistic, cultural and scholarly events every semester based on input and proposals from students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, all events in the fall series are occurring virtually. Attendees can reserve tickets online via the Arts & Lectures website.
What: Arts and Lectures event “Deported”
Who: Rachèle Magloire, film director, and Guerline Jozef, immigration expert
When: 5:30 p.m., Nov. 17
Where: Zoom (link available by registering online)
Cost: Free for CSUSM students; optional donation for faculty, staff and community members
Tickets: Register online
Information: Arts and Lectures website
Filmmaker, Immigration Expert to Discuss 'Deported'
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