Women and Immigrant Rights in Alabama: A Media/Community Roundtable -- March 22

Women and Immigrant Rights in Alabama: A Media/Community Roundtable -- March 22

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HB 56 has made life in Alabama hard for all immigrants, especially for women. Now women from across Alabama are speaking out.

Please join New America Media and the We Belong Together campaign for a roundtable on the impact of anti-immigrant attacks on families, and the role women can play in the struggle for human rights in Alabama.


Women leaders from across the country who have traveled to Alabama as part of the We Belong Together National Women’s Human Rights Delegation will release a statement and call to action, followed by an open community discussion on the role women can play in fighting for human rights in Alabama.

WHAT: Women and Immigrant Rights in Alabama: A Media/Community Roundtable
WHEN: Thursday, March 22, 10:00am-12:00pm
WHERE: St Paul’s United Methodist Church
1500 6th Ave. North, Birmingham, Alabama
WHO: Ethnic, Mainstream and Women's Media; and Women Leaders from Across Alabama and the Country

Hosted by New America Media and the We Belong Together Campaign

To RSVP, please email Cheryl Aguilar at caguilar@newamericamedia.org or
Irma Herrera at iherrera@newamericamedia.org

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