Panel Discussion: Death in the Desert: The Humanitarian Crisis on the U.S./Mexico Border, April 16 at HLS

“There is nowhere on Earth like the place where we work. It is beautiful beyond telling: harsh, vast, mountainous, remote, rugged, unforgiving, every cliché you can think of and more. I have been humbled countless times by the incredible selflessness and courage of the people that I have met there, and I have been driven nearly out of my head with rage at the utterly heartless economic and political system that drives people to such lengths in order to provide for their families.”

– No More Deaths Volunteer

NMD Panel Poster

During spring break, Harvard Law students and clinicians worked with No More Deaths, an organization that provides humanitarian aid to migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Join them for a discussion about U.S. border policy and learn about what students and clinicians are doing to help.

Death in the Desert: The Humanitarian Crisis on the U.S./Mexico Border
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 (12pm-1pm) WCC 3007

To learn more, view the article by Sima Atri (JD ’15) and Emma Scott (JD ’16) in                                The Harvard Law Record.