A teach-in on immigration issues will be held on Tuesday, March 21 from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm in the Wang Center Room 201.
“Immigration, Labor, and Deportation: A Teach-In on Changing Policies and Their Impacts,” presented by the College of Arts and Sciences Steering Committee for the Study of Inequality and Social Justice, will focus on changing immigration policy and enforcement practices under the new administration, changes within Congress and to the Supreme Court.
Featuring faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, students, and representatives of local community organizations, discussions will consider possible political, social, and economic implications for Stony Brook University students, faculty, staff, and their families, as well as local communities on Long Island and elsewhere
The event will include discussion of what we as citizens may do to anticipate, address and cope with these impacts. Speakers include:
- Chris Sellers, History
- Nancy Hiemstra,Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies
- Lori Flores, History
- Stony Brook Immigrant Student Alliance representatives
- Eliana Fernandez, Make the Road NY
- Dulce Rojas, SEPA Mujer, Services for the Advancement of Women
This event is free and open to the public.