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Immigration in our Community: looking at "Lives in Limbo"

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Please join Enroot for a conversation looking at "Lives in Limbo" by Harvard Professor Roberto Gonzales with insight from Boston Globe writer Marcela García.

The Massachusetts' immigrant community is facing increasing threats. Please join Enroot to hear about how the climate has changed and what we can do to better support our immigrant students and their families.

We'll hear from Professor Roberto Gonzales of Harvard Graduate School of Education, author of "Lives in Limbo: Undocumented and Coming of Age in America," as well Boston Globe Editorial Board member Marcela Garcia.

As our communities are raided by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) during Operation "Safe City" targeting sanctuary cities, DACA protection is rescinded for Dreamers, and there are threats to withhold renewals for Haitian and Central American immigrants protected under special visas, this is a troubling time for the immigrant community and organizations like Enroot that support students and their families.

Join us as we explore together how to stand with our immigrant community.

This event is generously hosted by RoAnn Costin in Cambridge, MA. Location will be provided upon registration.

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