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The series also highlights the mutual dependence of the US and Mexican economies.
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The library staff has photographed dozens of Glendale residents and library patrons into a visual and communal story of our city. Sponsored by the Friends of the Glendale Public Library. An Opening Reception was held on Friday, September 15 from 6 to 8 pm.
Retrieved April 5, This moderated roundtable will bring together diverse queer groups and others to share stories, ideas and thoughts — with the goal to create a safe space to unveil the personal queer experience and to uncover common ground among the challenges faced by our respective communities.
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Drawing from the vast archives of the project, she has selected passports, identity papers, and documents of passage that reveal arcs of movement across borders and territories—from the Ottoman Empire before through to the Armenian diaspora. Constructed as an oversized scroll, her work is figurative and narrative to tell a story through drawing, painting and text.
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