Lecture | April 11 | 7-9:15 p.m. | Alumni House, Toll Room
Robert D. Haas ’64, Chairman-Emeritus, Levi Strauss & Co.; Saira Hussain ’09, J.D. ’13, Staff Attorney, Asian Law Caucus; Meng So ’10, M.A, Director, Undocumented Student Program, UC Berkeley; Seth Grossman, Chief of Staff, University of California President Janet Napolitano; Valeska Castaneda-Puerto ’16, Program Manager, Student Support, Cal Alumni Association
Diane Dwyer ’87, Veteran Bay Area journalist, Dwyer Media Consulting
Join the Cal Alumni Association as we present our first CALIFORNIA Live! event of 2017 an exciting panel discussion, A Dream Denied? The Immigrant Experience in the Campus Community.
The United States government is promising massive immigration reform. What shape it will take is still unclear, but if the Trump administration makes good on its campaign promises, comprehensive immigration reform could include everything from a wall along the Mexican border to the deportation of thousands of immigrants, particularly those who are undocumentedeven those who have been born and raised in the United States and who attend public universities such as UC Berkeley.
Hear our panel of experts discuss what our students can do to protect themselves during these particularly turbulent times, and what the University and we as alumni can do to support the most vulnerable members of our community.
View Free Live Streaming Event: https://californialiveonline.eventbrite.com
$20 CAA Member, $10 Current Student or Young Cal Alumni (Classes of 2006-2016), $25 General Admission
David Smith, Associate Director, Alumni Engagement, email@example.com, 510-900-8256