Please join us to discuss the future of President Obama’s DACA program and what Universities can do to improve the prospects and protect DACA recipients in New York and other Sanctuary cities
*photo: KJ Dakin , Yes Magazine, Vineyard worker, Luz, looks on as dusk falls across Sonoma County, where she has been working on farms since she came to California six years ago
After this 45 minute roundtable join us in sampling some wonderful small-production artisanal wines of place curated by Nolita Wine Merchants* $200 per person See event flyer
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is President Obama’s executive action program that allows nearly 750,000 immigrants who arrive as children and graduate from high school work, open bank accounts, travel etc. To stay eligible those with DACA status should apply for renewal and related benefits before President Obama leaves office. Your tax-deductible donation will help eligible New Yorkers from any country pay DACA related renewal fees with free legal assistance generously provided by Citizenship Now. To purchase tickets, go to the “start here” web page at the end of this sentence, check the radio box next to Jaime Lucero Mexican Studies Institute, as shown. The APEM logo below appears, scroll down to this event and choose the number of tickets and payment method, start here.
Sponsors: NY Association of Mexican Professionals and Entrepreneurs, the Fordham Center for International Policy Studies, the Feerick Center for Social Justice, and CUNY Institute of Mexican Studies*Wine tasting curated by Nolita Wine Merchants