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Make the Road New York Joins Immigration Experts, Advocates, and Community Members to Analyze Immigration Reform Proposals from the Senate and the White House


NEW YORK - New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform, a new statewide campaign endorsed by labor, faith, grassroots and immigrant leaders and organizations from across the state, will host a roundtable on the current proposals for reform. Leading immigrant rights advocates, policy experts and directly affected individuals will discuss reforms being considered by Congress and the President and will outline the measures that must be included in any meaningful comprehensive immigration reform bill.


What: Briefing for Members of the Media regarding Senate and White House Immigration Reform Proposals


When: Wednesday, February 20, 11:30 AM


Where: 32BJ SEIU, 25 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011, 5th Floor



Lucy Tzunun, Make the Road New York

Shirley Aldebol, 32BJ SEIU

Juan Cartagena, LatinoJustice PRLDEF

Chung-Wha Hong, Moderator; New York Immigration Coalition

Angie Kim, MinKwon Center for Community Action

Mae Lee, Chinese Progressive Association

Michael Mandel, New York Chapter of American Immigration Lawyers Association 

Rachel B. Tiven, Esq., Immigration Equality

Valeria Treves, New Immigrant Community Empowerment

Pat Young, New York State Immigrant Action Fund, CARECEN




Make the Road New York (MRNY) is the largest participatory immigrant organization in New York with 12,000 members. With vibrant community centers in Bushwick, Brooklyn; Jackson Heights, Queens; Port Richmond, Staten Island; and Brentwood, Long Island; MRNY gives voice to thousands of immigrants and working class New Yorkers through community organizing, educates tomorrow's leaders and provides services to support families. To find out more or to make a donation, please visit our website: