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FRIDAY 4/16: “THE BORDER & THE MOVEMENT”- NYC IMMIGRATION FORUM WITH ISABEL GARCIA

April 13, 2010

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A New York City Immigration Forum with Special Guest:

ISABEL GARCIA

Coalition de Derechos Humanos, Tucson, AZ

Director, Pima County Legal Defenders

As a 30 year human rights leader at the U.S.-Mexico border, Isabel Garcia is a nationally renowned voice.

CNN profiled Ms. Garcia in “Latino in America” and she has debated Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Anderson Cooper 360.

Friday, April 16th at 6:00 pm

Judson Memorial Church

55 Washington Square South [between Thompson & Sullivan]


Panelists:

Amardeep Singh, The Sikh Coalition

Sussie Lozada, NY Civic Participation Project

Javier Valdez, Make the Road NY

Miguel Ramirez, National Alliance of Latin American Caribbean Communities

Vicky Martinez, VAMOS Unidos member who developed cancer as a migrant worker

Shaheena Parveen, DRUM member who’s family was raided by ICE

Moderators:

Rafael Samanez, VAMOS Unidos

Monami Maulik, DRUM


Endorsers:

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

NALACC (National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities)

SAALT (South Asian Americans Leading Together)

The Rights Working Group

United Methodist Women Immigrant/Civil Rights Initiative


Organizers:

VAMOS Unidos

DRUM-Desis Rising Up & Moving

For info, contact:
(718) 205-3036

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