We are at the crossroads of hope and fear for Sonoma County’s undocumented residents. After four years of the Trump administration demonizing immigrants, meaningful immigration reform is pending in Congress. Join us to hear about what this means for the young undocumented adults in our community who live with uncertain futures, directly from them.
Los Cien in partnership with Secure Families Collaborative will provide an insider Washington view of pending immigration reform and look at the challenges locally for taking advantage of new legislation. The panel discussion will include what legal help is available, the mental health toll of undocumented status, the types of documentation a person will need, and how we can work together as a community to assist the thousands of Sonoma County residents who may be eligible for relief.
When: Thursday, May 20th at 7:00pm PST
View the Recording: On Facebook.
Panel Moderator – Lisa Carreno (Los Cien Board Member and United Way Executive Director)
- Panelist – Margaret Flores McCabe, Executive Director of the Sonoma County Secure Families Collaborative,
- Panelist – Nithya Nathan-Pineau, Policy Attorney and Strategist at the Immigrant Legal Resource Center,
- Panelist – Luis Robles, Sonoma State student and Collaborative Client, and
- Panelist – Nubia Padilla, Executive Director of Humanidad Therapy and Education Services. Click here to view the slide deck for Humanidad Therapy and Education Services.