Do you want to learn more about the Border Studies Program? Join our info session on April 1st. We are back with our regular in-person program!

The Earlham College Border Studies Program is back with our regular in-person program this fall. Do you want to be part of our Fall 2021 cohort or our Spring 2022. There is still time! Our application deadline is April 15th!
Come learn more about our program on April 1st. We will be online to answer any questions from 9-10 am PST/ 12- 1pm EST. To join the session, please click here or use the following zoom meeting ID to join: 815 1807 7362
In the meantime, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at

Join us this Fall 2021! We are back with our regular in-person program!

We are happy to offer our regular in-person program this Fall 2021! The dates of the program are still being decided, but keep us mind and check back! In the meantime, you can learn more about us and also apply, if you click on the links below. You can also follow us through Facebook and Instagram!

If you are an Earlham College student click here ; If you are a non-Earlham College student click here

Announcing Border Studies Speakers Bureau in Spring 2021

The Amazing Line-up of Speakers for the Speakers Bureau are the Following:

Karla Bautista, Liberation Coordinator, Trans Queer Pueblo

Carolina Silva (she/her/ella), Executive Director, ScholarshipsA-Z

Jesús Lucero (they/them), Executive Team Member, ScholarshipsA-Z

Dévora González, School of the Americas Watch (SOAW)

Parker Deighan, No More Deaths Abuse Documentation Team

Eva Lewis, filmmaker and People Helping People in the Border Zone

Geoff Boyce, PhD, Earlham College Border Studies Program

Liz Bradley, Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project

Taylor Levy, attorney and advocate at the El Paso/Juárez border

Laiken Jordahl, Center for Biological Diversity

Scott Warren, PhD, Ajo Samaritans

Luz Imelda Cortez, Paisanos Unidos

Nellie Jo David, O’odham Anti-Border Collective

Todd Miller, author and journalist

Click here for biographies and more information on each speaker.

November 9th Webinar/Seminario Web del 9 de noviembre: “Social Struggle, Healing and Art Expression”

Please join us on November 9th at 12pm MST / 2pm EST for our last webinar of this series. You can access the zoom link here

Únase a nosotros el 9 de noviembre a las 12 p.m. MST / 2 p.m. EST para nuestro último seminario web de esta serie. Puede acceder al enlace de zoom aquí

November 2nd Webinar/Seminario Web del 2 de noviembre

The recording of this webinar is now available on the Archive pages.

Picture description: The Border Studies Program presents Naomi Ortíz, author of Sustaining Spirit: Self-Care for Social Justice. Website:, Ig: NaomiOrtizWriterArtist
Twitter: @ThinkFreestyle. Join us for Naomi’s interactive workshop Monday Nov. 2nd, 2-3 p.m. EST. Live closed captioning and Spanish language interpretation will be provided. Visit for more info. and the webinar link. Background in yellow on the left-hand size of the page with Border Studies Program logo on the bottom. Logo includes a jaguar and butterfly looking at each other. Large cactus in the background on the right-hand side of the page with headshot of author Naomi Ortiz.

Descripción de la foto: El Programa de Estudios Fronerizos presenta un Naomí Ortíz, autora del libro Sosteniendo Espíruto: El autocuidado para la Justicia Social. Sitio web:, Ig: NaomiOrtizWriterArtist
Twitter: @ThinkFreestyle. Ven al taller interactivo de Naomí el lunes, 2 de noviembre de 2-3:30 hora del este. Habrá subtítulos en vivo e interpretación al español. Visite por más información y por el enlace del webinar. Fondo amarillo en la parte izquierda de la página con el logo del Programa de Estudios Fronterizos en la parte inferior de la página. El logo incluye un jaguar y una mariposa que se están mirando. Hay un cactus grande en el fondo en la parte de la derecha de la página con una foto de la autora Naomí Ortíz.

October 26th Webinar: Self-Defense, Social Justice and Community Autonomy

The recording of this webinar is now available on the Archive pages.

October 19th interactive webinar: Language Justice: Tools and Training for Social Change

The recording of this webinar is now available on the Archive pages.

October 5th webinar: Grassroots Organizing and Legal Avenues in the Struggle for Immigrant Rights

The recording of this webinar is now available on the Archive pages.

September 21 webinar: Unpacking the U.S. Midwest as a Borderland

The recording of this webinar is now available on the Archive pages.

September 14 webinar: LGBTQ Migrant Organizing: Stories of Resistance and Resilience

The recording of this webinar is now available on the Archive pages.

August 17 Webinar now live with English-language subtitles and closed captioning!

The archived video can be accessed here.