September 9th Dinner Forum: An Uncertain Status for Immigrants in the U.S.

Another Brick in the Wall? Fear and Uncertainty for Immigrants:  A Conversation with Rosa Santana

The U.S. Government’s Temporary Protection Status (TPS) permits immigrants from about 22 countries to remain in the U.S. because war, environmental disaster or other conditions make it unsafe for them to return home. The Trump Administration is threatening to take away TPS for some countries, like El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Haiti — causing enormous anxiety for hundreds of thousands of people. What can we do?

Join us for a dinner forum with immigration expert Rosa Santana. Under TPS, when Rosa was unable to return to Honduras after hurricane Mitch, she earned a degree in criminal justice and now works for First Friends.

Saturday June 10th, 2017. Dinner at 6:30. Program at 7:30pm.

Summit-Chatham Friends Meeting, 158 Southern Blvd, Chatham, NJ.

$10 adults. Kids free. RSVP to smsteiner100@gmail.com

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