This event is hosted by Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church (CLUUC).
Cedar Lane's annual Kiplinger Lecture presents Aviva Chomsky, scholar of immigration and immigrant justice.
"A Nation of Immigrants, A Nation of Deportation: Race, Citizenship, and Belonging in the United States."
Aviva Chomsky is a Professor of History and Coordinator of Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies at Salem State University. Her academic work focuses on immigration, the Cuban Revolution and Central American labor movements. Professor Chomsky is well known nationwide as an advocate of immigration reform and workers’ rights. She has published widely in both academic and popular contexts. Her most recent book, Undocumented: How Immigration Became Illegal, received praise from The New York Times as an “impassioned and well-reported case for change.”