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12/9 Washington DC: National Immigration Forum's Strategy Meeting
Released 11 November 2004  By National Immigration Forum

If you plan to attend, please send an email to The agenda is as follows:

Election Outcomes: What happened and why?
The Latino and Asian vote: how did these groups vote and why? The restrictionists efforts: what did they do to influence races and did it pay off? Proposition 200 in Arizona: what happened there and can it happen elsewhere?

Reflections on 2004: What did we do and how did we do it? How can we learn from it?
Outcomes of our work; local/national collaborations and new inroads and campaigns; how we worked together and how we can improve for next year.

Political Dynamics and Policy Directions for 2005: What will the new Congress look like? What can we expect from the White House?
Hill staff will share their assessment on the legislative landscape for 2005 and prospects for the White House engagement on this issue.

Advocates in Action: How do we drive our agenda forward? What tracks have been laid for our advocacy efforts and where do we need to build more?
Reactions to the previous discussion; how local leaders can frame their work plans based on this; and how various campaigns are organizing their work.

To rsvp please send an email to as soon as possible as we need to make logistical arrangements. We will send exact location information later on. For those of you who may need financial travel assistance, we do have a limited number of scholarships. If you think you may need it please include that information in your email.

We hope to see you there!

Forum Staff

National Immigration Forum
50 F Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 383-5984
Fax: (202) 347-0058

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