Virtual Conference: Strength in Numbers, Uniting Immigration with Other Social Causes – May 19
Posted by Immigration Learning Center on May 19, 2020
Immigration is deeply linked to other movements for inclusion and equality. It intersects with many other crucial social issues including public health, race, gender, economic equity, environmentalism, LGBTQ and faith. By understanding the intersections between immigration and other urgent causes, immigrant- and refugee-serving organizations and their allies can cultivate diverse coalitions of long-term support across historical boundaries.
Register now to join a broad range of experts in the free virtual conference Strength in Numbers: Uniting Immigration with Other Social Causes on May 19, 2020, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM, hosted by The Immigrant Learning Center’s Public Education Institute. This virtual conference will give strategies to educate and build relationships with a range of allies toward common goals and positive local change that benefits a spectrum of Americans, old and new. It will show how immigration is critical to the success of other social justice movements, and how together we can build a stronger base of support for sensible policies.
Learn more and register: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/intersectional-conference/
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