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"Mexican Voter ID forum (Recorded 05/06/2021)"

Hear directly from Instituto Nacional Electoral about the Mexican Voter ID, its importance to civic engagement and other aspects, as well as how to become engaged on- and off-campus to facilitate political change and advocacy!


Screen capture Mexican Voter ID presentation May 6 2021

"Town hall: Updates to DACA, Student Visas, & Immigration Reform Efforts" (Recorded 02/22/2021)

This town hall provides information about the changes to DACA, student/F-1 visas, and Immigration reform efforts by Curray York & Associates Immigration Law. For more information about this law firm, please visit

"Refugee Awareness Panel" (Recorded 2/23/2021)

This event highlights the voices and experiences of MSU Denver students who share a refugee background. The four student panelists are joined by Atim Otii, Director of the Denver Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs.

"DACA Application Support Workshop" (Recorded 2/25/2021)

Hear from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition about the steps, processes, and resources to apply for DACA for the first time.

"DACA Application Info Session with CIRC" (Recorded December 12, 2020)

Hear from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition about the steps and documents required to apply for DACA for the first time, and hear answers to common questions from the audience

"Diversity in the Workplace: Tips for Employers Hiring DACA professionals" (Recorded Dec. 1, 2020)

Hear from the Immigrant Services Program and Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition about tips and suggestions when hiring DACA recipients and considering diversity in your organization or company.

"Sharing Your Voice" Panel (Recorded on November 17, 2020)

Hear from 8 different on- and off-campus immigrant rights advocates about the different ways in which they engage in advocacy and activism on behalf of the immigrant and undocumented community. Panelists share their insights, motivations, and suggestions on becoming an activist!

"UndocuMonologues Performance" (Recorded on November 2020)

Featuring 303 Storytellers

On Nov. 13th, 2020, MSU Denver virtually hosted MOTUS Theater's UndocuMonologues, part of its UndocuAmerica Project! The audience also heard from members of the student organization RISE, which provides acommunity to DACA, undocument, refugee, and immigrant students, and an artist describes their submission to the Immigrant Art Journal. Check it out!

"UndocuMonologues Performance" (Recorded on November 2020)

November 2020 UndocuMonologues Performance (with 303 Storytellers)

"Know Your Rights" workshop (Recorded on November 10, 2020)

Hear from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition about your rights, responsibilities, and important resources when interacting with ICE or law enforcement.

"Legal Updates to Immigration Law" panel (Recorded on October 6 2020)

Hear from two immigration attorneys and the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition about recent changes to DACA, the Refugee/Asylee Process, and other important regulatory & enforcement changes.

"Graduate School for Undocumented Scholars" workshop (Recorded on September 29 2020)

Recording of September 29, 2020 "Grad School for Undocumented Scholars" workshop with Fryda Faugier Ferreira and Emelia Alvarado

This 1-hr. "Grad School for Undocumented Scholars" workshop (Sept. 2020) covers the following topics:

  • Graduate school – the basics
  • Choosing the right program
  • Applying for graduate programs
  • Financial Aid for undocumented grad students
  • Examples of supportive universities
  • Graduate school – β€œis it the right choice for me?”
  • How to advocate for yourself

"Entrepreneurship Resources" workshops 1 & 2 (Recorded on September 1 & 15, 2020)

Kevin Omaña Mendoza (Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition) and MSU Denver Professor Lynn Hoffman review resources and tips on entrepreneurship and working as an independent contractor. The second workshops covers entrepreneurship options, processes, important tips when forming your own business, and resources.

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