Immigrant Rights and Citizenship in the Trump Era
ACLU of Southern California Santa Barbara Chapter Presents A Fall Community Forum:“Immigrant Rights and Citizenship in the Trump Era”
Join the ACLU of Santa Barbara for an evening of community discussion on the significance of the Trump administration’s policy changes to immigration and citizenship. Our lineup of speakers includes:
Mohammad Tajsar, staff Attorney for the Southern California ACLU office. Mohammad will discuss his work on national security and counterterrorism policy, with a particular focus on the effects of national security law on Arab, Muslim, Middle Eastern, and South Asian communities.
Yama Niazi, former Imam of the Islamic Society of Santa Barbara and founder of the Blessed Tree Foundation. Niaza will address the impact of Trump’s attempted Muslim ban on the Muslim community.
Maricela Morales, MA, Executive Director of CAUSE (Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy). Maricela will discuss the work of her organization on immigrant rights in the local community.
Diana Valdivia, UCSB’s Undocumented Student Services Coordinator.
Rony Castellanos, UCSB Undocumented Queer Student of Color.
This event is FREE and Open to the Public
When: Wednesday, Nov. 8th, 7 – 9 pm
Where: Parish Hall, Unitarian Society, 1535 Santa Barbara St., Santa Barbara, CA 93101
For more information call:
(805) 452-5839 or (805)-451-1734