WHAT: Protection for everyone under the Colorado Law
WHEN: Friday, December 16th @ 6pm
WHERE: Westminster High School, 6933 Raleigh St, Westminster, CO
Non-profit organizations, legal agencies, and the US Attorney for the District of Colorado’s Office have received many questions regarding immigration issues, hate crimes and other topics due to the tenor of recent debate in our country.
To address these concerns, we are sponsoring a community meeting at in the Auditorium at Westminster High School from 6-7:30 on Friday, December 16. The law of Colorado applies to and protects everyone in the state, no matter who you are and we want to ensure the trust and confidence of the community.
The meeting will be in both English and Spanish and speakers will be present to stress the commitment to fairness and to protecting everyone in our community.
Silvia Munoz Martinez, Mexican Consulate
Matthew Kirsch, Assistant US Attorney, District of Colorado
Laura Lichter, Lichter Immigration and Immediate Past President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”)
Pam Resendiz, United For A New Economy (UNE)
Violeta Raquel Chapin, CU Law School, Immigration Clinic
Gabriela Flora, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) & American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Elizabeth Zambrana, Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMAIN)
Master of Ceremonies (MC): Maria Zubia, Community Navigator
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