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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 6:30 p.m.
St. Peter's University
Mac Mahon Student Center | Duncan Family Sky Room
47 Glenwood Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306

 

Join us for a panel discussion on the challenges facing Latino communities in the United States. featuring Stephanie Macias-Arlington, Executive Director of The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute at Seton Hall University, Michelle Mendez, Director, Defending Vulnerable Populations Program, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC), and Valentina Morales, Senior Director of Justice Initiatives, The Fedcap Group. The panel will be moderated by J.D. Long-Garcia, Senior Editor at America magazine.

The Church in America Initiative focuses on the future of the Catholic Church in the United States, with particular emphasis on the challenges facing Latino communities in the U.S., especially in the areas of education, immigration and incarceration.
 

This event is in partnership with St. Aedan's University Church at St. Peter's University.

This event is free and open to the public.

This event will be available for livestream at www.americamagazine.org.

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