From Vicious to Virtuous Cycles: Immigrant Economic Empowerment

Friday, March 16, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Kerckhoff Hall Venue - Charles E. Young Grand Salon (248)

See below for additional information.


Free and open to the public.


Society of Imperial Valley Bruins at UCLA
(760) 2227955

Additional Information

The conference, "From Vicious to Virtuous Cycles: Immigrant Economic Empowerment" is created to inform people about the findings of the class Chicano/Latino Community Formation: Critical Perspectives taught by Professor Raul Hinojosa, including research about the financial impact immigrants provide to the United States economy.

he conference will feature the collective ideas of 43 UCLA students regarding the importance of implementing technology driven strategies to empower the immigrant community in the U.S.

This event will display student-led research utilizing primary literature and government databases on how to financially mobilize transnational communities in the modern age, primarily focusing on U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-El Salvador households.

These students come from a variety of cultures, backgrounds, and areas of study to collectively share a comprehensive model of financial infrastructure for immigrants in the U.S.

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