Join IFCLA's Executive Director Sara John and Policy & Advocacy Coordinator Rita Chang for the first Immigration 101 series of 2021! The course will be offered virtually through Zoom, every Thursday in March. The course will review theories of migration and challenge the role of US intervention in Latin America. We'll discuss current realities along the US-Mexico border and break down the complex laws to understand how immigration works - and who it works for - in the US. Plus we'll offer a local perspective on interior enforcement, evaluate current legislative proposals for reform, and explore how we can build better community rooted in shared values. No experience necessary! All are welcome.
Grab a snack, pop on Zoom and join us!
Every Thursday in March (March 4, 11, 18, 25)
2:00 PM CST - 3:30 PM CDT
*Course content will be presented from noon-1pm; open discussion is available from 3-3:30pm for those who are able to stay.
This event will be held online!
You'll receive details via email for how to join virtually.
Stay safe, friends!
Be sure to check your email for your registration confirmation, which will include the Zoom link you'll need to use each week. If you have any questions, please contact IFCLA.
Please share with anyone else who might be interested and encourage your friends and family to join us!