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|3/10 New Brunswick, NJ: Conference - Making Comprehensive Immigration Reform real, fair and humane
Released 21 February 2007  By New Jersey Immigration Policy Network
3/10 New Brunswick, NJ: Conference - Making Comprehensive Immigration Reform real, fair and humane
Mar 10, 2007 at 8:30 am
Rutgers Labor Education Center
50 Labor Center Way
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Hosted By New Jersey Immigration Policy Network
The New Jersey Immigration Policy Network is a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights and welfare of immigrants, and the benefits of immigration to New Jersey and the Union.
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On March 10, the New Jersey Immigration Policy Network (NJIPN), will convene one of the most important gatherings in the Garden State on Immigration Reform.
This historic event is entitled Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Making it Real, Fair, & Humane. I invite you to join scores of other participants – rights and justice activists, grassroots organizers, advocates, educators and policymakers from all corners of the state and beyond – to discuss issues pertaining to the state’s immigrant communities. Together we’ll focus on how to coordinate advocacy for fair immigration reform on the local, state and national levels. Our topics will include legalization, education issues, worker’s rights, due process, local ordinances, and the creation of an Office of Immigrant Affairs.
The March 10th conference will give us a great opportunity to hear from you regarding your future action, strategies, and recommendations. I am looking forward to your participation.
Interim Executive Director
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