2019 Open Borders Conference 10/19/19

Photo: Bruno Catalano, Le Grand Van Gogh, Marseilles, France, 2013, source: Pinterest
Photo: Bruno Catalano, Le Grand Van Gogh, Marseilles, France, 2013, source: Pinterest

Join Free Migration this fall for the second Open Borders Conference in New York City

Where: The New School; Manhattan, New York City

When: Saturday, October 19th, 2019

What: Keynote speakers Satsuki Ina and Michael Huemer will be joined by activists, scholars, students, and organizers in a day-long dialogue on open borders.

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Keynote Speakers:

Satsuki Ina – Dr. Satsuki is a psychotherapist with a specialization in cross-cultural counseling. A community activist, writer, and filmmaker, she has produced two award-winning documentary films about the WWII Japanese American incarceration: Children of the Camps and From A Silk Cocoon.

Michael Huemer – Dr. Huemer is a professor of philosophy at the University of Colorado, Boulder.  He has written on such topics as philosophical skepticism, the problem of induction, ethical intuitionism, free will, and deontological ethics, among others.

The one-day 2019 Open Borders Conference will be a space for activists, scholars, organizers, service providers, students, and members of the community to come together to learn what open borders might look like; why open borders would lead to dramatic increases in public safety, prosperity, and equality; and what it would mean to #AbolishICE.

Free Migration Project advocates for recognition of migration as a basic human right, and we support the growing movement to abolish immigration enforcement and open the borders.