Stories of Refugees in America
Arts & Culture Center
June 1 - July 31
In a penetrating exploration of America’s evolving attitudes toward refugees, documentary artist James A. Bowey has been traveling the United States meeting refugees, listening to their stories, and photographing their portraits. The photographs are taken on location in a setting of the portrait subject’s everyday life. Along with the portrait, Bowey interviews each person and their first-person story accompanies their photograph. The individuals in this exhibition share poignant stories of violence and loss, as well as perseverance and hope; and their images and experiences produce a compelling human portrait of refugees in America. Learn more about this extraordinary exhibit
Immigration Policy & Social Media
Thursday, July 18 • 7 p.m. / Meeting Room A
Immigration is a hot button issue for the upcoming presidential election. But how do we really feel about immigration policies? By examining memes and social media, we can learn how the public views immigration. Presented by Dr. Sabryna Cornish of North Central College and College of DuPage.
This exhibit is funded by a grant through the DuPage Foundation