• April 1, 1:40 PM: Crime Against Humanity & Artist Tania Frontera • Northeastern Illinois University, CLS 1001 (5500 N St. Louis Avenue)
A National Boricua Human Rights Network and Batey Urbano Production
Imagine 27 years of your life living in a space 6 feet by 9 feet. Imagine being confined in isolation with no human contact. Imagine the shakedowns, the strip searches, and the complete disregard for your humanity. Crime Against Humanity is a play based on the real life experiences of fourteen Puerto Rican political prisoners who spent more than two decades in prisons for seditious conspiracy—two of whom are still incarcerated.
Discussion with Nuyorican artist Tania Frontera, subpoenaed by the FBI.
• April 3, 1:40 PM: Latina/o Speak Out! Northeastern Illinois University, CLS 1001 (5500 N St. Louis Avenue)
What are the issues that Latinas/os face at NEIU?
What is the status of the Latina/o Cultural & Resource Center?
Let your voices be heard!
Musical performance by Puerto Rican Hip-Hop artist SieteNueve