Jesus Nebot

Illegal Immigration: A Humanitarian Perspective


Helping us commemorate Diversity Awareness Month and Latino Heritage Month, filmmaker, speaker, and entrepreneur Jesus Nebot will joining us.

Jesus Nebot used to be an undocumented immigrant working in the fields during his college years. He is now a multi-award winning filmmaker and immigration speaker with 10 years of experience inspiring college students to become the solution to some of our greatest human challenges, including illegal immigration.

Mr. Nebot not only takes pride in sharing his story of struggle and success, but also enlightening others about cultural diversity and his Latino heritage. To read more on Mr. Nebot, please visit: 

This program is sponsored and funded by the Office of Campus Life and Intercultural Affairs (CLIA) and is free and open to the public.

For more information on this program, please contact Leia Rowland at (717) 948-6273 or


08:00pm — 09:00pm

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Oliver LaGrone Cultural Arts Center, Olmsted Building