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Pima Community College's Border Cultures Progam

Border Studies students have the unique opportunity to take classes at Pima Community College as part of the Border Cultures Program. Border Studies instructor, Alisha Vásquez, began cultivating this relationship in summer of 2016. As a result, the fall 2016 student cohort was the first to make the trek to Pima's Desert Vista Campus to take Alisha's Mexican Americans in the Southwest course with 14 students from the Tucson community. Together they explored what living in, being from, and visiting the borderlands meant to each of them.

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