We will continue to make our experiences present on campus through GLASS (Grinnell Latin American Solidarity Society), a group all 10 trip members have founded and that has met 1-2 times a week upon our return. As a group, our members have supported Latin American activities on campus, contributed to ongoing discussions of migration, and presented our trip to groups of students and adults (ranging from local girl scouts to the division of student affairs). We are constructing a 10 day photography exhibit of our trip and informational fair by collaborating with groups with whom we’ve began to establish relationships. As a part of a long term goal, GLASS will continue the organization of School of the Americas trip that has been done in the past by multiple groups (and historically the job of SOL -Student Organization of Latinos and Latina, increase awareness and sensitivity towards migration issues in addition to our more short-term goals. Those goals include screening a documentary through FILMS related to immigration and connecting that to our guest speaker, Eli, a leader of Group Cajola. We have also been working through SPARC to create a calendar or book of our 10 days that makes our art active versus passive. So the publication will not just be Guatemala at a glance, but Guatemala in the larger context of migration, exploitation, bravery, hope, etc. that will include photos and some writing. Through collaboration with pioneer diversity counsel we will throw an outdoor graffiti show, whose topic this year is political art, to continue the discussion of arts role as active. Finally, we are working with continuing our relationships with the fair-trade organizations in Guatemala by collaborating with the women’s weaving co-op Y’abal on our senior stoles, and connecting students directly to coffee farmers from Nueva Alianza to highlight direct trade versus indirect.