In the 2012 Presidential election, Latinos, Asians, and other immigrants played a decisive role not only in the outcome of who would be President, but also in Congressional and State races. Fueled by the strength of immigrant turnout and the impact on elections, there is renewed bi-partisan interest in addressing our immigration policies, and taking a deeper look at commonsense approaches that uphold our nation’s values and moves us forward together. This presentation and discussion will provide a current state of play of the immigration proposals in Washington, DC, as well as insight to the current organizing campaigns of advocates locally and nationally.
Wednesday February 20th, 2013
205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601