You’re invited: CAMBIO State of Play Call on Enforcement
Last month House Republicans introduced their principles for immigration reform that stated “Border Security and Interior Enforcement Must Come First”.
Join us for a national discussion of the critical issues related to border militarization and interior enforcement, the implications for immigrant communities across the country, and how you can get involved to fight against these attacks on our fundamental civil and human rights.
Wednesday February 26th at 3pm ET/12noon PT
The National Conference Call will be a discussion of the current state of play on enforcement issues within the context of immigration reform. How will border and interior enforcement proposals impact immigrant communities across the country and the fight for a pathway to citizenship?
Cathy Montoya, Deputy Campaign Manager, CAMBIO
Joanne Lin, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office
Jumana Musa, Border Liaison, CAMBIO
Paromita Shah, Associate Director, National Immigration Project
Elizabeth Beresford, Communications Manager, CAMBIO
To RSVP for this call please register here.
CAMBIO is a diverse group of organizations advocating for laws and policies that create a fair system for immigrants to become citizens; bans indefinite detention; allows due process for all Americans; makes enforcement systems accountable; protects civil and human rights; encourages a better border to protect the quality of life in the borderlands, prevents the abuse of vulnerable Americans; and keeps families together.