In an era of extraordinary policy and regulatory attacks on the ability of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers to remain in or even enter the country, the immigrant justice movement has sprung into action. Leaders from around the country have pursued a range of complementary strategies, including litigation, individual representation, community organizing, and policy reform at the local, state, and federal levels. Learn how these dynamic efforts advance an alternative and more humane vision for immigration in America and what it will take to keep them robust and adaptable in the months and years ahead.
- Kevin Douglas, Director of National Programs, GCIR (moderator)
- Greisa Martinez, Deputy Executive Director, United We Dream
- José A. Palma, Community and Legal Partnerships Coordinator, Justice at Work
- Nayely Pérez-Huerta, Co-Director, Southeast Immigrant Rights Network
- Paromita Shah, Executive Director, Just Futures Law