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The second part of a video recording of a Zoom teach-in on transnational student activism. The teach-in focuses on the history of student activism in Latin America as well as the history of BIPOC student activism at Haverford College. The teach-in was facilitated by Haverford students Federic Perelmuter, Saul Ontiveros, and Claudia Ojeda Rexach and featured Andrew Friedman, Sebastiàn Figueroa, Roberto Sandoval Castillo, Lina Martinez, and Aurelia Gomez Unamuno as panelists. This recording has been captioned.