Dynamic immigrant leadership and civic engagement is playing an increasingly important role in the South—a region that is home to a growing number of immigrants but that has relatively limited philanthropic investment in advancing immigrant justice. Join this discussion to learn more about how immigrants are shaping their own future and the role philanthropy can play.
- Monica Hernandez, Co-Director, Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)
Allison Hamilton, Development Director, Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice (ACIJ)
Ursula Price, Executive Director, New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice
Gigi Pedraza, Executive Director and Founder, Latino Community Fund Georgia
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Register by 4 pm PT on Tuesday, May 18, 2021.
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