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CT DREAMers Roundtable Event Sat. Jan. 26, 1-2pm, Bpt

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CT DREAMers Roundtable Event Sat. Jan. 26, 1-2pm, Bpt

Time: January 26, 2013 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: United Congregational Church, 877 Park Ave., Bpt 06604
Street: 877 Park Ave,
City/Town: Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: 203 482-7340
Event Type: immigration, reform, -, community, roundtable, discussion
Organized By: CT DREAMers, Camila Bortolleto
Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2013

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Camila Bortolleto

(203) 482-7340 camila@ct4adream.org

 

CT DREAMers Take Lead on Call for Immigration Reform:  Roundtable Event on 1/26/13, with Blumenthal, Murphy, Himes 

 

WHAT: A Community Roundtable Discussion to create partnerships to push for immigration reform.

  

WHO: Over 30 DREAMers and members of the CT community including:

            US Senator Richard Blumenthal

US Senator Chris Murphy

US Rep Jim Himes, (D-CT4)

            State Senator Ayala (D-Bridgeport)

Alberto Bernardez, Local SEIU 32BJ

Josemaria Islas,  John Jairo Lugo, New Haven

Celestino Santiago, CRISOL, Stamford

Meghan Vessel, Brazilian Immigrant Center,           

WHEN: Sat. Jan. 26, 1:00-2:00pm

WHERE: United Congregational Church of Bpt

877 PARK AVENUE, BPT, CT 06604

 

WHY:  To work with Congress to create a roadmap to citizenship for our entire community.

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