Request for Immigration Presentation
Thank you for your interest in learning more about our current immigration system. Please complete the form below to the best of your ability. We understand that details emerge and change and that you may not be able to answer every question at this time.

***Due to COVID-19, our presentations have moved online until further notice. We have done our best to make the experience as interactive as it would be in person using the tools provided by Zoom.***

We will follow up with you after your request is received.

The goal of IJPC's immigration program is to engage immigrants, allies and the general public on the realities of our broken immigration system so that we can come together and advocate for comprehensive immigration reform. We have three main presentation options for you to choose from at this time, each with the ability to be customized:

1. Immigration 101 Presentation
-Defining "immigrant," "refugee," "asylum," "visa," "green cards," and other basic terms.
-Small group activity: Myths & Facts Activity AND/OR What Would You Do? Activity (our immigration board game is not being offered at this time)
-Short immigration story from one of our YES members (Youth Educating Society) AND/OR a storytelling video
-Discussion about current events and current challenges facing the immigrant population in Cincinnati

2. DACA & DREAM Act Presentation
-Explanation of the history of DACA and its current state
-Discussion about possible solutions, including the DREAM Act
-Concrete action steps to advocate for the DREAM Act
-Short immigration story from one of our YES members (Youth Educating Society) AND/OR a storytelling video

3. YES Speakers Bureau
-IJPC's YES (Youth Educating Society) program has a diverse pool of trained speakers ready to share their stories.
-YES members are of high school and college age and are immigrants, refugees and allies working to educate the public about the realities of our broken immigration system.
-YES members have experience with DACA, having an undocumented family member, being part of a mixed status family, navigating the path to citizenship, being the first U.S. born child in their family, and much more.
-The Speakers Bureau has been utilized for panel discussion, community activism events, multi-issue gatherings and other programs.

Depending on the length of time for the presentation, we can go more in depth and have more meaningful discussion with the audience.

Questions can be sent to Samantha Searls, Program Manager by emailing samantha@IJPCcincinnati.org.
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Members of the YES Speakers Bureau ask for no less than 10 minutes to share their story. The Immigration 101 and DACA/DREAM Act Presentations require at least 30 minutes, an hour is best.
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