Uplifting all voices: A call for inclusive immigration reform debate // Thurs, April 25, 2013 (DC)

Join APALA-DC, NAPAWF-DC, and NQAPIA on Thursday, April 25 for a conversation about comprehensive immigration reform and what it means for those whose needs and voices have been largely marginalized by the dominant national conversation: including temporary workers, LGBTQ Asian immigrants, and immigrant survivors of violence. Hear the latest on the immigration reform debate locally and nationally, share your own stories, and find out how you can advocate for immigrants’ rights in your community.
*Refreshments provided.

Featured speakers

Josef Calugay
Founder of Katarungan: Center for Peace, Justice and Human Rights in the Philippines

Erwin De Leon
Research associate, the Urban Institute’s Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy

Linda Khoy
Community member whose sister is facing deportation

RSVP at http://upliftingallvoices.eventbrite.com/


Thursday, April 25th, 2013
6:30 pm


Communications Workers of America
501 3rd St NW
First Floor Conference Room
Washington, DC 20001

Special thanks to our partners

Asian Pacific Islander Queer Sisters (APIQS)
The DC Center for the LGBT Community