Immigrant Rights are Human Rights: Movements for Immigrant Justice

Posted by Philadelphia FIGHT on June 23, 2014

Movements for Change
In Honor of Kiyoshi Kuromiya

June 24, 2014, 12:00 – 2:30 PM
Friends Center, 1501 Cherry

Immigrant Rights are Human Rights: Movements for Immigrant Justice

Moderated by Peter Gonzales, Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians

Movements for Change, Philadelphia FIGHT’s activist oriented event, will focus on the battles currently being fought around the Dream Act, the detention and deportation of immigrants, legal representation and services, and immigrant access to health care.


  • Erika Almiron – Juntos
  • Fernando Chang-Muy – University of Pennsylvania
  • Joseph Garland – Jonathan Lax Center
  • Kimberly McClellan – Drexel University
  • Erika Núñez – DreamActivists PA

To register for this event go to or call 215.985.4448 x200

This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

Kiyoshi Kuromiya was a civil rights, gay rights, AIDS activist and defender of freedom of speech and information access on the Internet. Kiyoshi died on May 10, 2000 from complications related to AIDS.

Thank You to Our Sponsors
*AIDS Law Project * American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania * Bread & Roses Community Fund * Delaware Valley Legacy Fund * GALAEI * Liberty City Democratic Club * National Lawyers Guild * Philadelphia Chapter * Neighborhood Networks * Philly Coalition of Labor Union Women * Philly for Change * Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania * William Way Community Center

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