NYC Immigrant Rights Teach-in/Know-Your-Rights Gathering – Monday Nov. 28 @ 6pm

NYC Immigrant Rights Teach-In & Know Your Rights Presentation

When: Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, 6-9pm

Where: New York University School of Law, 40 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012


Please join directly affected community members, allies, organizers and lawyers from over 30 organizations as we gather to discuss how to prepare and defend immigrant communities.

Please see the attached flyers or our Facebook page for more information:

Interpreters will be made available based on need (please contact us for more information through the RSVP link).

Sponsoring organizations include:

Arab American Association of New York

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

The Bronx Defenders

Brooklyn Defender Services

Cardozo School of Law Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic
Catholic Charities Community Services of New York

Catholic Migration Services

Center on Immigration and Justice, Vera Institute of Justice
Community Development Project, Urban Justice Center
The Door’s Legal Services Center

Empire Justice Center

Families for Freedom

Hand in Hand

Immigrant Defense Project

Immigrant Justice Corps

Immigration Equality

Legal Aid Society (New York)
Make the Road New York

MinKwon Center for Community Action

New Sanctuary Coalition of New York
New York Civil Liberties Union
New York Immigration Coalition
New York State Youth Leadership Council

NYU Immigrant Rights Clinic

NYU Latino Law Students Association
NYU Latinx Rights Scholars Program
NYU South Asian Law Students Association

Queens Law Associates

Queer Detainee Empowerment Project
Safe Passage Project
Safe Passage Project Clinic at New York Law School
Sauti Yetu

UnLocal, Inc.


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