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Community Partners

 

Elders, El Calaboz Rancheria, Nde' Traditional Territory, (Texas-Mexico border region)

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(Left to right) Elders, Salvador Loya, Eloisa Garcia Tamez; Margarita Garcia Rodriguez (with M. Tamez); Lydia Montalvo Esparza Garcia

 

 Lipan Apache Band of Texas, Nde' Traditional Territory, (Southern and Southwestern Texas, TX-MX border region)

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(Left to right) the Lipan Apache Band of Texas government seal; Margo Tamez and Elder and Vice-Chairman, Richard Santos Gonzalez (at the border wall), holding up two Nde' narrative history memorials which honor Nde' historical memory, and offer an Nde' perspective of colonization, dispossession, and genocide.

 

Ariel Dulitzky, The University of Texas School of Law, Director, Human Rights Clinic

(Left to right: Human Rights clinic students, Laura Schurr, Julia Furlong, and Ana Pecoraro walk with Dr. Margo Tamez along the border wall in El Calaboz)

 

Denise Gilman, The University of Texas, School of Law, Project Director, The Texas-Mexico Border Wall

  • Working Group before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

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(Left to right) Margo Tamez, Dr. Jeff Wilson (UT-Brownsville), and Denise Gilman (UT-Austin School of Law) at the Inter-American Commission hearing on the Texas-Mexico border wall.

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