Alice Driver will speak about her experiences “On the Road with the MIgrant Caravan” this evening (April 22) at 6pm at the Clinton School.
For the past two years, Alice Driver has covered migration along the United States-Mexico border and throughout Central America, witnessing how U.S. policies have affected migrants and people living along the border. Driver will explore the border with curiosity and you will travel with her as she discusses her work on migration with National Geographic, Time, Longreads, Reveal and CNN.
Dr. Driver is a bilingual journalist based in Mexico City whose work focuses on migration, human rights and gender equality. She writes for National Geographic, Time, Longreads and CNN and is currently producing a radio story for Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting.
A native of Oark, Arkansas (where she was born at home in a house built by her parents, she attended Berea College and has most recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship he Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
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