Wed, Nov 4, 2009 3:34 PM EST

rinku_brick.jpgIf you’re going to be in and around Las Vegas this weekend, and are interested in learning more about protecting immigrant rights, easing restrictions on labor movement, and dismantling oppressive divisions that affect immigrant communities, stop by the Living without Borders encuentro at the University of Las Vegas Nevada. Rinku Sen, Executive Director of the Applied Research Center, and the co-author of The Accidental American, will be giving a keynote speech at UNLV on building autonomous communities within the context of border control, immigration reform and globalization at 4pm on Sunday, November 9th. Rinku will be signing copies of The Accidental American as well; copies will be available for sale at event. Check out the conference agenda and register online today. photo credit Abigail Campbell.