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Is Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Killing the California Dream?

The California Immigrant Policy Center and Capital & Main invite you to a conversation to explore the disparate economic and social impacts of the Trump Administration’s immigration policies, from heightened detention and deportation to a proposed “public charge” rule to punish immigrant families.

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The California Immigrant Policy Center and Capital & Main invite you to a conversation to explore the disparate economic and social impacts of the Trump Administration’s immigration policies, from heightened detention and deportation to a proposed “public charge” rule to punish immigrant families.

Thursday, 21 March 2019 from 6pm-8pm

The evening will include a short video presentation, a moderated panel discussion and an audience Q&A.

To RSVP, please email: ielizalde@caimmigrant.org

More about Panelists:
Featured speakers include State Senator Maria Elena Durazo and Dr. Manuel Pastor (Director, USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration), who will discuss how individuals, communities, businesses and the public sector in California have responded to and been affected by federal efforts to limit both legal and undocumented immigration.

Location:
Joan Palevsky Center (at the California Community Foundation)
281 S Figueroa St, Suite 100,
Los Angeles, CA 90012

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