Great Decisions Lecture Series: U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle
Time & Location
About the Event
Great Decisions Lecture Series U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle Thursday, February 6 Community Meeting Room, Lynchburg Public Library Light Refreshments: 2:30 – 3:00 p.m.; Presentations: 3:00 – 4:00 p.m
Dr. David Richards, Chair of the Political Science and International Relations & Security Studies Programs at the School of Social Sciences, Lynchburg College of Arts and Sciences, University of Lynchburg
The Northern Triangle of Central America, made up of Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, is a special target of the U.S. administration, which holds these nations responsible for the large flow of migrants from Latin America to the U.S. Combatting illegal immigration has become a priority of the Trump administration.
If Lynchburg Public Schools are closed due to inclement weather, the Great Decisions lecture for that day will be canceled and rescheduled for Thursday, March 5 if possible.
The Lynchburg Branch of the AAUW, the League of Women Voters of Lynchburg, the Lynchburg Public Library, and Givens Books are the sponsors of the lectures.
Topics are suggested by the Foreign Policy Association. For briefing and research papers see http://www.fpa.org. The Lynchburg Public Library has set aside information on the Great Decisions topics for your convenience.