Newell: “The Art of Survival: Life and Death on the Tinaja Trail”

Monday, November 19, 2012
12-1:20
Mary Gates Hall 420

Information School researcher and documentary filmmaker Bryce Newell presents a sneak preview of “The Art of Survival: Life and Death on the Tinaja Trail.” This documentary covers the story of networks of volunteers caching water supplies, distributing recycled cellular phones, and running GPS trail-finding software to help migrants crossing the border. This session will include a discussion of the implications of information in border-crossing scenarios.

Art of Survival film flyer

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