US-Mexico Relations: Priority Issues in the First Year of the Obama Administration

Carlos Felix Corona

October 29, 2009

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Event Description

To celebrate of the Bicentennial of Mexican Independence, and the approaching Centennial of the 1910 Revolution, Ambassador Carlos Felix Corona, Consul-General of San Francisco's Mexican Consulate, will address priorities and challenges for US-Mexico relations. Maria Blanco, Director of the Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity & Diversity and Maria Echaveste, a Berkeley Law Lecturer in Residence will offer commentary.


Co-sponsored by: Center for Latin American Studies, La Raza Law Students Association, Miller Institute for Global Challenges & Law, California Law Review, La Raza Law Journal, Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity & Diversity, Boalt Hall Committee for Human Rights, Mexican Students Association of California, Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy, Asian-American Law Journal and Spanish Language & Cultural Competency Seminar.