Workshop: Immigrant Rights for Educators

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UTLA, along with our grant partnership organizations (Advancing Justice-LA, California Faculty Association, Alhambra Teachers Association, NEA), has been working collaboratively and are able to quickly pull together this workshop to address post election discussion about immigration rights for educators. The LAUSD has affirmed that our school district is a safe zone for undocumented and immigrant students. 

 

Workshop Discussion

Information and resources will be provided on:

  • Know Your Rights for Immigration and Free Speech.
  • Updates on DACA.
  • Contact information and resources for legal support for immigration and students exercising free speech and assembly rights.
  • Space to discuss the needs and concerns of your students, families and schools.
  • Develop a network of concerned community members and educators who stand up for immigrant students and families.

It will also include what educators need to know to support our students, but also Educator rights, and in response to legal and other questions that you have.

We hope you will spread the word and attend.

When

Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016

5:30 PM to 8 PM

*Dinner served at 5:30 PM

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2016-12-02T01:30:00 2016-12-02T04:00:00 UTC Workshop: Immigrant Rights for Educators UTLA, along with our grant partnership organizations (Advancing Justice-LA, California Faculty Association, Alhambra Teachers Association, NEA), have been working collaboratively and are able to quickly pull together this workshop to address post election discussion about immigration rights. UTLA, 3303 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90010 Julio Orellana jorellana@apalc.org

Where

UTLA, 3303 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90010 – View Map
Immigration Rights for Educators Workshop
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RSVP by Nov. 30, 2016

To RSVP contact Julio Orellana at 323.606.2939 or email jorellana@apalc.org

For more information email UTLA Treasurer Arlene Inouye at ainouye@utla.net or call Julio Orellana at 323.606.2939 or email jorellana@apalc.org