BAJI Presents at Facing Race 2014


Facing Race Breakout Session: Organizing Across Cultures for Immigration Reformfacing_race_logo_black

 

 

Facing Race is the largest multiracial, inter-generational gathering for organizers, educators, creatives and other leaders. The 2014 conference begins Thursday November 13 and Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) will be anchoring a workshop on building multiracial alliances in migrant rights organizing. Tia Oso,  Coordinator for the Black Immigration Network will present.

 

Organizing Across Cultures for Immigration Reform
Friday, 11/14
11:00 am to 12:30 pm

 
The south remains a bastion of white supremacist, capitalist and patriarchal domination. Its legacy of slavery, Jim Crow, conservative organizing, and deep investment in the Mass Incarceration system has been extended by the recent wave of anti-immigrant policy-making. On the front lines of this onslaught are Black and Brown communities – Immigrant and US born. These families and communities are being torn apart by Mass Incarceration, Immigrant Detention, and Deportation.

Join this workshop to find out how these communities – including families themselves – are fighting back, while simultaneously developing strategies to help advance our cause even farther.

 

 

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