Thursday, April 16, 2015

Los Angeles: Know Your Rights Panel Discussion April 30th

Los Angeles join community leaders, residents and advocates for this compelling panel discussion about your rights and responsibilities when encountering law enforcement at Holman United Methodist Church from 6:30 PM-8:30PM.

This event will be moderated by renowned Attorney and Activist Areva Martin, Esq. and panelists include Attorney and Civil Rights Activist and Attorney Connie Rice, Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell and Deputy Chief Bill Scott.

To RSVP or get more info, please refer to the flyer.



Saturday, April 11, 2015

Engagement and Mobilization of African Immigrants in the Immigrant Rights Movement

The Black Immigration Network and USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration invite you to attend a discussion on:

Engagement and Mobilization of African Immigrants in the Immigrant Rights Movement

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Tutor Campus Center, Rosen
Family Screening Theater, Room 227

RSVP online today!

 

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To: Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration <csii@dornsife.usc.edu>


The Black Immigration Network and USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration invite you to attend a discussion on:

Engagement and Mobilization of African Immigrants in the Immigrant Rights Movement

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Tutor Campus Center, Rosen
Family Screening Theater, Room 227


 
Featuring speakers:
 
Moderated by:
 
Immigration has made California proudly one of the most racially diverse states in the nation. Immigrant communities from various African countries are fast- growing but least visible and integrated. We invite you to join us to learn more about the changing demographics in California as they relate to African communities, as well as to have a conversation of how to better integrate and engage African communities into the mainstream immigrant rights movement. Join CSII, in collaboration with allies across the state, to identify emerging trends and community leaders to analyze statewide data for effective inclusionary policy and practice.


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