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Telephonic Symposium: Immigration and The Latino Vote

On-the-record briefing with a question and answer session

New America Media, Press Release, NAM Communications Posted: Oct 15, 2008

WHAT: On-the-record briefing with a question and answer session

WHEN: October 15, 22, and 29, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. EST/10:00 a.m. PST

HOW: RSVP at scotton@nclr.org by Tuesday, October 14 at noon for the confirmation code. Dial (866) 244-4576 to join the call.

WHO:
- Cecilia Muoz, Senior Vice President, Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation, National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

- Janis Bowdler, Associate Director, Wealth-Building Policy Project, NCLR

- Bobbi Bowman, Diversity Director, The American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE)

- Miriam Caldern, Associate Director, Education and Childrens Policy Project, NCLR

- Efrain Escobedo, Director of Voter Engagement, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)

- Clarissa Martinez de Castro, Director, Immigration and National Campaigns, NCLR

- Brentin Mock, Metcalf Institute Fellow Environmental Reporter, The American Prospect Magazine

- Jennifer Ngandu, Associate Director, Health Policy Project, NCLR

- Frank Sharry, Executive Director, Americas Voice

WHY: With less than a month until the 2008 presidential election, this three-part telephonic briefing series presented by NCLR, the National Association of Black Journalists Media Institute, and New America Media will feature dialogue and presentations by chief actors in the immigration debate to provide members of the media with the resources and information necessary to accurately and fairly cover immigration. The symposium will also discuss the way immigration intersects with other top voter concerns such as the economy, the housing crisis, and health care.



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