Micah Faith Table: “Immigrants and Refugees in America and New York: The Political and Moral Landscape Today”

October 27th,2016 Categories: Latest News
The Micah Faith Table Immigration Committee in partnership with The Refugee Committee of Congregation B’nai Jeshurun Presents
“Immigrants and Refugees in America and New York: The Political and Moral Landscape Today”

Tuesday, November 15, 6:45 pm, Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, 270 W. 89th Street, (Between Broadway and West End)

Program will include:

~ Post‐election overview by Patrick Young, Esq., immigration attorney and Hofstra University immigration law professor, of federal, NYS and NYC immigration/refugee laws and policies and its advocacy implications.

~ Re-elections by religiously diverse faith leaders on the moral obligation to promote reform of America’s immigration and refugee laws, including Debbie Almontaser, Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein; Fr. Mark Hallinan, S.J.; Daiken Nelson, Sensei; and Sunita Viswanath. Moderator: Rev. Chloe Breyer, Executive Director, Interfaith Center of NY.

~ Overview by Laurie Davidson, Organizing Director of Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, of initiatives that make NYC a refuge for victims of America’s broken immigration/refugee system.

We hope you can join us. RSVP to steinmandiane@gmail.com