7th Annual Minidoka Civil Liberties Symposium

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Catholic First Communion Class at Minidoka Relocation Center, Sept. 8th, 1943, National Archives

Fred Choate, Minidoka relocation Center: Hunt, ID 1943, Oil on Canvas, 2013

Immigrant nation
June 20-21, 2013
College of Southern Idaho

An interdisciplinary conference that examines
the relationship between immigration and
civil liberties in American history and today

with Featured speakers: Dr. John Bieter, Dr. Paul Watanabe, Dr. Dave Adler
Dr. Edit Szanto, Dr. Errol Jones, Ernest Hoidal, J.D.,
Stuart Ishimaru, Reyna Grande, and others.

Select for 2013 Schedule of Events.

Registration Information:

Public Admission (Non-credit participants)
$70 (includes both days of conference, 2 continental breakfasts and 2 lunches)
To Register for Non-Credit, click here for online registration or call CSI Community Education at (208) 732-6442

CSI Lower Division One Credit (socs 199A C02)
$110 + $35 registration fee for 1 Social Science Credit (includes 2 continental breakfasts and 2 lunches) You may register in person at CSI in the Matrix Center in the Taylor Administration Building. If you are a current CSI student or have attended within the last year, you may register online through MyCSI.

For more information contact: Dr. Russ Tremayne at (208) 732-6885,
CSI Community Education at (208) 732-6442 or Carol Ash, Minidoka Historic Site, (208) 933-4125

Presented by:

College of Southern IdahoFriends of Minidoka Minidoka | National Historic Site Idaho Boise State University