Thursday, October 13, 2022 12:00 PM EDT
Johnson Center, Wilkins Plaza Tent, between the Johnson Center and Horizon Hall
Rajika Bhandari’s memoir, America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of Possibility, explores the travails of international students in the U.S., the web of immigration they must navigate, and Bhandari’s journey as a woman of color and Asian American immigrant. While Bhandari’s personal story is one of leaving India to become educated in America, it reflects millions of students as it asks the question whether, “preventing the world’s best and brightest from seeking the American Dream will put this country’s future in jeopardy.”
This event is sponsored by Women & Gender Studies and African & African American Studies.