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Washington D.C: Community Meeting - Women Immigrants: The New Face of Migration - Tuesday, July 14

Posted: Jul 08, 2009

New America Media and Congresswoman Mazie K Hirono (D-HI)
Invite you to a Roundtable Disucssion on:

Women Immigrants
The New Face of Migrant America

Join pollster Sergio Bendixen and DC's leading immigrants rights advocates and ethnic media as they discuss the growing number and changing role of female immigrants in the U.S. and the ramifications for immigration reform.

HC-6 in the U.S. Capitol Building
(Non-Hill staff and guests can use the South Entrance of the Capitol building to obtain visitor's passes to get to the event.)
Independence Avenue and South Capitol Street
Washington, DC 20003

Tuesday, July 14, 2009
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Panelists:
Angela Kelley, Vice President for Immigration Policy, Center for American Progress
Leslye Orloff, Vice President and Director, Immigrant Women Program, Legal Momentum
Emily Butera, Detention and Asylum Program, Women's Refugee Commission

Moderator:
Maria Cardona, Principal, Dewey Square

Transportation:
Closest Metro Station: Capitol South (Orange and Blue Lines by Independence Ave and the House Buildings or Union Station (Red Line)

RSVP:
Alex Moe
amoe@newamericamedia.org
202-758-3308

Cristina Fernandez-Pereda
cfernandez@newamericamedia.org
202-758-3308

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