As Americans, Californians, and Indivisians, immigration issues are near and dear to our hearts. Daily, we are seeing heartbreaking news that affects our neighbors, our loved ones, our families, ourselves.
PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE!
WHEN: Saturday, March 25, 3-5 pm
WHERE: North Oxnard United Methodist Church -1801 Joliet Pl, Oxnard
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The toxic messages that are recklessly spewed out from the highest levels of our government have us and those we hold dear appalled and, in many cases, too frightened to carry out their daily lives.
When harassment starts from the top, it trickles down – creating an atmosphere in which children are too fearful to learn, families are fearful of being torn apart, and refugees have no hope of fleeing from dire circumstances in their homelands.
We invite you to join the Indivisible Ventura community as we learn from immigration activists about how we can help those that are most vulnerable through Indivisible action.
(Washington Post, March 24) “Spicer said that no matter what happens, the White House did not think that defeat would slow other parts of Trump’s agenda including tax reform and immigration reform.”
We’ve just been given notice and there’s no time to waste.
Here is the line up of the Expert Speaker Series on Immigration:
Jennie Pasquarella of the ACLU
Jennie Pasquarella is director of immigrants’ rights for the ACLU of California and staff attorney at the ACLU of Southern California. She joined ACLU SoCal in 2008.
Jennie specializes in immigrants’ rights litigation and Continue reading “Join us Saturday for our Focus on Immigration Workshop and Mixer!”