Guest Lectures

Jun 2020                       

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Central American Migration: A Product of U.S. Imperialism and the Rise of Neoliberalism in Central America. Dr. Robin Derby’s “History 8C: Contemporary Latin American Culture” Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Nov 2019                      

Cárcamo, Jennifer. “Los que nunca sabé nadie de donde son”: Central America’s Struggle for Visibility and Justice. Dr. Irene Vasquez’s “Introduction to Chicano and Chicana Studies” Class. University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Jun 2019                       

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Centroamericano/as: “Los nunca sabé nadie de donde son”. Dr. Fernando Perez-Montesino’s “History 8C: Social History of Latin America” Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Mar 2018                      

Cárcamo, Jennifer; Moreno, Alberto; Rodriquez, Leis. “Untangling the Immigration Debate” Panel. Dr. Virginia Espino’s “The Immigration Debate through Film” Chicano/Chicana Studies Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Nov 2017                      

Cárcamo, Jennifer; López-Samayoa, Maricela. “Working in the Non-Profit as Women of Color” Panel. Dr. Leisy Abrego’s “Race, Gender, and Labor in the U.S” Chicano/Chicana Studies Class. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

May 2017                     

Cárcamo, Jennifer; Osuna, Steven. Freedom Not Reform: Attacks on Central American Asylum Seekers. Guest Lecture. East Los Angeles Community College (ELAC). Monterey Park, California.

Mar 2017                      

Cárcamo, Jennifer#FreedomNotReform: Central American Refugee Mothers and the Movement to End Family Detention. Lecturer Arturo Zepeda’s “Introduction to Central American Studies” Class. California State University, Northridge. Northridge, California.

Dec 2016                      

Cárcamo, Jennifer; Osuna, Steven. Freedom Not Reform: Attacks on Central American Asylum Seekers. Dr. Suyapa Portillo’s “Introduction to Central American Studies” Chicano/a-Latino/a Transnational Studies Class. Pitzer College. Claremont, California.

Dec 2014                      

Cárcamo, Jennifer. Juventud FMLN Sur de California: Understanding the role of student and youth organizers throughout El Salvador’s revolutionary process in El Salvador and the United States. Panel on Global Capitalism with UCSB Dr. William Robinson: “What is the role of youth/students in revolutionary movements in the United States?” United Teachers of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.