Presented by the Facilitating Racial Equity Collaborative
Thursday July 20th
6pm - 8pm
Pillsbury United Communities
125 West Broadway Avenue, Suite 130
Minneapolis, MN 55411
Refugee and immigrant communities face uncertainty, especially now given the current political enforcement climate in the United States. Whether you are a citizen or not, it is important to know what your constitutional rights are in the United States and how to best protect yourself and members of your community who feel threatened. This presentation and panel discussion with leading immigrant advocates and organizers in the Twin Cities will discuss the steps we all can take to safeguard our rights and be prepared to respond when help is needed.
Michele Garnett McKenzie serves on the senior leadership team at The Advocates for Human Rights. She also leads the organization’s research, education, and advocacy team and is responsible for advocacy on The Advocates’ domestic priority issues including migration and human trafficking.
Catalina Morales de Sanchez is the Latino Organizer from ISAIAH, will give us a window into the Latino community in the Twin Cities and inspire us to think about how we might become stronger allies through and beyond the Sanctuary movement.
Francisco Segovia is the Director of Waite House at Pillsbury United Communities. He has a 19-year track record of compassionate and effective asset-based service delivery and leadership with diverse community members, staff, volunteers and organizations. He is an active board member of Minnesota ECHO and Minnesota Voices, and has also served on the City of Minneapolis Police advisory board. Mr. Segovia is a member of the MN Alliance for immigration reform, and the City of Minneapolis Latino Advisory Council.
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