Immigrant & Immigration Rights & Advocacy Lecture Series
February 22 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The NOCCCD Office of Diversity & Compliance Presents: Immigrant & Immigration Rights & Advocacy Lecture Series.
This event takes place at Fullerton College in the College Center Building, Rooms 224/226/228 and is free and open to the public.
Immigration, Immigrants & Democracy
“Immigration’s role in the making of America as we know it and the prevalent challenges in reference to immigrants and what democracy would look like (particularly in Orange County) when all eligible immigrants become citizens.”
OCCCORD (Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development)
Immigration Laws and Policy Updates and ICE Enforcement Trends in Orange County
“ICE enforcement trends in Orange County, update on the ever changing immigration laws and policies; specifically focusing on DACA, public charge/public benefits issues and immigrants’ rights information.”
Immigration Unit at Public Law Center
Overview of Undocumented Youth Experiences: Health, Education, Activism and State Policies
“Overview of the research on undocumented youth and the different aspects of K-12 experiences, transitions to college, political activism, mental health consequences and information on AB540/AB2000, and the California Dream Act as it pertains to the Community College student population.”
Julián Jefferies, PhD
Associate Professor, Literacy and Reading Education
Director, Puerto Rico International Education (PRIE) Program and Guadalajara Transnational Migration Program Fulbright García-Robles Scholar
NOTE: If accommodations are needed, please contact Monica Ernandes at email@example.com.
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