Training for Service Providers on the President elect Donald Trump approach on Immigration
WHAT: The new administration of President elect Trump will likely take a hard line on immigration enforcement in Virginia which could entail a return to the 287(g) agreement between Virginia law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security, work-site and other widespread raids and a return to detention of immigrants lacking proper identification during routine traffic stops. As such it is imperative that Virginia’s immigrant communities know and understand how to exercise their rights during interactions with immigration and law enforcement officials. We are also very concerned about increasing reports of racially targeted bullying of children in our schools. We will also discuss what resources currently exist for parents and educators to combat such incidents and how communities can support their efforts.
WHEN: Thursday, January 26th 2016, 8:30am -11am
WHERE: 3400 Charles Street, Falls Church, VA 22041 (Culmore United Methodist Church)
GOAL: The goal of this training is to educate those who work with the immigrant communities so they are able to provide the best advice possible to people affected by these issues. Having trained organizations and advocates dispersed in the area provides the immigrant community with various points of contact for information on their rights and avenues for help.
Registration required, please CLICK HERE. For more information, contact us at Edgar Aranda-Yanoc,
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