Publicizing our findings: Midwest speaking tour

Sophie Smith and Alicia Dinsmore presented the findings of Deadly Apprehension Methods: The Consequences of Chase and Scatter in the Wilderness at five schools in the Midwest in February. The report is part of a three-part series titled Disappeared that No More Deaths is publishing in collaboration with La Coalición de Derechos Humanos. The Earlham Border Studies Program sponsored and organized the speaking tour, which brought Alicia and Sophie to DePauw University, Earlham College, Oberlin College, Kenyon College, and the University of Notre Dame. They were graciously welcomed at each school and collected $3,400 in donations.