South Bay First Thursdays presents Immigration Reform: Asian Pacific Islanders Matter Too, March 7

Hey, San Jose, here comes another South Bay First Thursday. Join in next Thursday, March 7 for "Immigration Reform: Asian Pacific Islanders Matter Too," a discussion on the impact of immigration reform. Featured speakers include activists, advocates, and DREAMers. Here's some more info:

South Bay First Thursdays

Immigration Reform: Asians Matter Too

Over 1.3 million undocumented immigrants are of Asian descent, with an estimated 416,000 (15%) living in California.*

The Asian American and Pacific Islander community is a key constituent in the immigration discussion. Please join South Bay First Thursdays as we engage in the national conversation on immigration reform and citizenship.

Our Featured Guests:

Moderator: Jazmine Segura
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (Siren)

- Bea Pangilinan
Lawyer, Asian Law Alliance (ALA)

- Michael Tayag
Student at Stanford University
National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON)
Pilipino Association of Workers and Immigrants (PAWIS).

- Nelson Wong
Student at San Jose State University
DREAMer and Activist

- Christopher Punongbayan
Deputy Director at Asian Law Caucus
Former Advocacy Director for Filipinos for Affirmative Action

* "A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in California." Asian American Center for Advancing Justice. 2013

RSVP now! and check out our Eventbrite Page!
For more details, here's the Facebook event. The event is free, but you gotta RSVP by clicking here.

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