"Knowledge Beyond Borders"
Luis Guzman from "The National Roundtable against Metallic Mining in El Salvador" will be at MHCC to discuss the community organization's work against Pacific Rim and metallic mining.
El Salvador is the most densely populated Latin American country with serious water-access and delivery issues and cannot sustain cyanide process gold mining which is not only poisonous but wastes massive amounts of potable water.
Amist political assasinations with impunity the people of El Salvador have organized and successfully put a stop to the company's proposed poisonous gold mine; however, under the Central American Free Trade Act today they are being sued for 77 million dollars by Pacific Rim.
Combined with a diverse panel of MHCC students featuring members of the CASS/IALS (Central & South American Students) discussing the environmental and social impacts of harmful industrial process on their communities.
This event will have you asking
"What does it mean to have free trade without free immigration?"