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January Yearlings Club Program

by Evans,Cortney last modified Dec 20, 2010 02:58 PM
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The January Yearlings Club program will focus on issues, opportunities, challenges and realities facing our immigrant population as they seek to become contributing members of our society

What
  • Panel Discussion
When Jan 20, 2011
from 04:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Where Yearlings Club headquarters
Contact Name
Contact Phone 502-852-2658
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It is widely known, but little acknowledged, that our local community owes its growth in overall population to the growing and widely diverse population of international citizens.  These citizens add a rich and bold flavor of culture, cuisine, music, style and heritage to our community.  Yet, while cities around the nation embrace and capitalize on these characteristics in their new citizens, Louisville seems yet to have discovered how to fully incorporate these populations and celebrate their expanding contributions.
 
This panel, each intricately involved with Louisville's international populations, will examine issues and allow the community an opportunity to hear, first hand, the realities of being an immigrant in the Commonwealth... and being Louisvillian.

Invited panelists include:
 Rev. Tony Aja -  Coordinator, Hispanic/Latino Ministries - Presbyterian Church (USA)
Kate Miller - American Civil Liberties Union
Zenaida Lockard - Kentucky Equal Justice Center
Ron Russell - Russell Immigration Law Firm
Moderator - Enid Trucios-Haynes, UofL Law Professor

*********Yearlings Club headquarters is located at 4309 W. Broadway
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