Get your tickets before January 25, 2017 to guarantee your spot! Proceeds benefit NISGUA’s work for human rights and social justice in Guatemala.
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Paula Worby / Public Health Writer/Editor, Hesperian Health Guides
Paula Worby has a long history working with displaced peoples of Central America, both on the ground in Guatemala (working for 13 years with internally displaced people and returning refugees) and in the Bay Area (working for 10 years with immigrant day laborers). In the fall of 2016, she returned to Guatemala for six weeks supporting a UN program addressing the flood of Central American refugees in the Petén.
Sara Campos / Author, Lawyer, Immigration Consultant
Sara Campos is the cofounder of the Bay Area-based New American Story Project, which gathers video and audio testimony of unaccompanied minors who have fled Central America to seek refuge in the United States. The goal of the project is to build public awareness of and empathy for the youth, and to empower them as they try to reconstruct their lives.
**Photographs for the poster feature young asylum seekers who have chosen to tell their stories as part of the New American Story Project (www.newamericanstoryproject.org)