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    • Wednesday, February 14, 2018, 9am

Sanctuary Families Symposium

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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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