CONTEXT: The Price We Pay

STARTS 7/17/2013 Rumble Arts Center
7pm FREE, reservations required

CONTEXT: The Price We Pay: The Costs of Deportation and Mass Incarceration

Wednesday, July 17; 7pm
Rumble Arts Center
3413 West North Avenue
FREE, Reservations required.

Albany Park Theatre Project’s Home/Land examines what happens to a family torn apart by a father’s deportation. In this country, nearly 400,000 immigrants are deported each year and more than 2.3 million people are held in American prisons at any given time. Join panelists Beth Richie (University of Illinois at Chicago), Elena Quintana (Adler School of Professional Psychology), Reyna Wences ( Immigrant Youth Justice League) and Todd Belcore (Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law) as we look at the intersections of immigration and criminalization policies, explore the school-to-prison pipeline, and explore alternative justice initiatives in Chicago and around the world.

FREE; reservations required. 


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Since 2008 Rumble Arts Center, an all ages, multicultural, 501(c)(3) community-based organization, has provided an accessible cultural space that facilitates the empowerment and education of individuals and communities.  Year-round Rumble provides for a variety of public programs in arts education, exhibitions, and cultural events.  By providing free to sliding-scale program opportunities for all ages, Rumble cultivates an environment where entire families can meet to learn, teach, and play under the same roof.  For more information about programs please visit