Audio Archive

Sharar, Katie

Katie attended college in Minnesota, and moved immediately after graduation to El Paso/Juarez to live in solidarity with migrants in a Catholic Worker inspired house of hospitality. She has lived and worked in the U.S./Mexico borderlands since 2003. In this place, she has studied, taught college and adult basic education, accompanied people leaving detention and migrating from south to north, and crossed herself between Mexico and the U.S. thousands of times.

Recordings

The U.S./Mexico Border: Inequality, Resistance, and Sanctuary with Katie Sharar

Presenter: Sharar, Katie / 2018

The U.S./Mexico Border: Inequality, Resistance and Sanctuary

Presenter: Sharar, Katie / 2018

U.S./Mexico Border: Inequality, Resistance, and Sanctuary – Part 1

Presenter: Sharar, Katie / 2018

U.S./Mexico Border: Inequality, Resistance, and Sanctuary – Part 2

Presenter: Sharar, Katie / 2018

U.S./Mexico Border: Inequality, Resistance, and Sanctuary – Part 3

Presenter: Sharar, Katie / 2018

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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