Law@theMargins is hosting a panel discussion in midtown with a volunteer team including lawyers and non-lawyers who provided pro bono representation to women and children detained in Dilley, Texas, and on other immigration defense issues under the pending Trump presidency. … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2016
LaGuardia Community College is having a “town hall” meeting with faculty, staff, students, and Queens-based activists to discuss building sanctuary from below at the college. It will take place at 1 PM in room C459.
More information here.
On Sunday, December 18th, International Migrants Day, the New York Immigration Coalition will bring together its members and partners to rally and send a clear message from New Yorkers to President-Elect Trump and his administration: immigrant communities are here to stay … Continue reading
Students in Professor Jennifer Hayashida’s Hunter College class, “Nation, Self & Asian Identity,” have organized an open mic to be held at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop on Friday, December 16, from 7-9pm. The emphasis will be on the voices of … Continue reading
Some immigration experts, including staff at City College, have advised Dreamers and immigrants with DACA status to make sure they return to the United States from any travels abroad by Inauguration Day (January 20, 2017) in case the president-elect immediately … Continue reading
Standing Against Islamophobia in Grand Central Station: On Sunday, December 11, from 3 to 4 PM, concerned New Yorkers will hold a vigil against Islamaphobia in the main concourse of Grand Central Station. This is a follow-up to a vigil that … Continue reading
CHHAYA CDC is sponsoring a post-election town hall on December 10. For more details, visit the group’s website.
The MinKwon Center for Community Action is sponsoring a post-election immigration workshop on December 6 at 6:30 PM.