Prescott United Methodist Church will host a panel discussion on immigration sponsored by PUMC , First Congregational Church and Prescott PeaceBuilders.
Panel members are:
Laura Rambikur, an adjunct professor at Boston University, School of Theology, who teaches graduate level courses on immigration and theology at the U.S./Mexico border and also works as a clinical therapist serving survivors of torture for the International Rescue Committee in Phoenix Arizona, which serves refugees, asylees, and asylum-seekers.
Saul Fein, a Holocaust survivor who has been active in the Jewish Community Foundation, the Foster Care Review Board of Arizona, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona, Habitat for Humanity, and The Coalition for Compassion and Justice.
Also on the panel:
An immigration attorney from Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors, a United Methodist affiliated legal service provider to the low-income immigrant community in Southern Arizona.
A representative of local law enforcement, who will address legal considerations and the part local law enforcement plays in dealing with this complex issue.
A member of the local immigrant community, who will talk about life as part of the group seeking refuge in the United States.
A Q&A will follow the presentation. Refreshments will be provided. For information, contact email@example.com.