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Immigration Nation? Challenges for all Americans

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Alameda Free Library, Stafford Room

1550 Oak Street

Alameda, CA 94501

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The panel will explore the history of federal immigration policy and how it informs our current situation. The recent sanctuary movement that has galvanized citizen groups also will be examined. We will find out how policy was developed for immigrant and refugee rights at the federal, state and local levels. We will learn more about migration, immigration law and constitutional protections. Join Us!

Event is free and open to all.

Panel:

  • Supervisor Wilma Chan

  • Pratheepan Gulasekaram JD

  • Laura Fantone Ph.D.

  • Rev. Deborah Lee

  • Amos White

  • Moderator Penny Washbourn Ph.D.


Space is limited, please RSVP

For information: Penny Washbourn, alameda-ca@aauw.net (510) 748-7455

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AAUW American Association of University Women Alameda, www.alameda-ca.aauw.net

Friends of the Alameda Free Library, www.friendsalamedafreelibrary.org

League of Women Voters of Alameda, www.LWVAlameda.org


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