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    • Wednesday, February 14, 2018, 9am

Sanctuary Families Symposium

Sanctuary Families Symposium


CUP's Community Education Program Director Ingrid Haftel and Community Education Program Manager Oscar Nuñez will be participating in the Center for Family Life symposium, Sanctuary Families: Preparing and Protecting Our Immigrant Neighbors. The discussion will focus on supporting immigrant parents facing forced separation from their US-born children and those willing to serve as guardians for those children.

The event will also feature the unveiling of a visual workshop tool, created by Center for Family Life, CUP, and designer Lizania Cruz, depicting guardianship options for immigrant families facing deportation. 

Wednesday, February 14th, 9-11:30am 
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
40 Broad Street, 5th Floor Manhattan

To RSVP or learn more, please contact Julia Jean Francois at jjfrancois@sco.org or 718-438-9500.
Suggested donation: $10.

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