Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Leadership Conference Briefing on Immigration Enforcement & Legislation

From the Leadership Conference:

When Congress turns its attention back to immigration reform this fall, we can expect to hear a lot of arguments about the need for "more enforcement."

The House Judiciary Committee has marked up several bills that weaken due process & labor protections, encourage profiling, and criminalize immigrants. What other kinds of proposals can we expect to see in the House? And what do they mean for civil and human rights - not just of immigrants, but of all of us? Join us for a panel discussion where several of our leading immigration and civil rights advocates will share their insights on this often-complicated - and always controversial - part of the legislative debate.

When:             Thursday, Sept. 12 at 4:00 PM

Where:           The Leadership Conference

1629 K S. NW, 10th floor
Washington DC 20006

Speakers:       Chris Rickerd, American Civil Liberties Union

Margaret Huang, Rights Working Group
Paromita Shah, National Immigration Project, National Lawyers Guild
Ruthie Epstein, American Civil Liberties Union
Kamal Essaheb, National Immigration Law Center
Julie Mao, New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice

RSVPs:           Appreciated! Email randhava@civilrights.org.

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