The Church in America: Immigration, Education & Incarceration

America Media is proud to host a conversation on immigration, education and incarceration, with a special emphasis on how these topics effect Hispanic Catholics in the United States.

Speakers include Zachariah Presutti, S.J., Exec. Director of THRIVE for Life Prison Ministry; Jill Kafka, Executive Director of Partnership Schools; Kevin Appleby, Senior Director of International Migration Policy, Center for Migration Studies; and Laura Garcia, Racial Justice Program Manager of the YWCA.

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The conversation will be moderated by J. D. Long-Garcia, Senior Editor of America magazine.

RSVP is required: events@americamedia.org 

WHEN:
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 | 6:30 p.m.                                                                            

WHERE:

America Media
1212 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036

 

 

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