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POR QUE VENIMOUS – Why We come

Nov 17, 2018  |  2 – 4PM   |   Fairfax 

Fairfax Library

2097 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
Fairfax CA 94930

A FILM – Latin American migrants living in San Rafael’s Canal district tell why they left their homes to endure the arduous journey to El Norte, the U.S. These powerful stories offer an intimate look at lives lived at the outer limits of poverty and at the extraordinary courage of ordinary people as they seek a better life for their children. A discussion will follow the film with the local filmmakers and members of SURJ-Marin (Standing Up for Racial Justice)

TAY Radio Marin Show

Nov 23, 2018  |  4:00PM   |   San Rafael

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Media can be a powerful tool for influence and social change. And never is that more apparent than in today’s media landscape where information meets us from every angle. Media shapes our thoughts and opinions about social issues and serves as a conduit to broader public discourse. Often times, whoever has the microphone has the ability to impart knowledge and sway public opinion.

Marin County Truth Act Forum

Dec 6, 2018, 5:30PM   |   Marin Civic Center Supes Chamber

3501 CIVIC CENTER DRIVE, ROOM 330 3RD FL,

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, SAN RAFAEL 94903

 

The TRUTH Act defines specific rights of immigrants held in local jails, as well as calls for transparency of local jail entanglement with immigration enforcement. If local law enforcement has given ICE access to any individual in the previous year, a local legislative body is required to host a community forum to address the public on this topic and consider public comment.

Noted author to speak at Canal library branch

Wednesday, December 6, 6:00pm

50 Canal St, Albert Boro Center, San Rafael

A bilingual discussion with author Reyna Grande will be held next month at the Pickleweed Library.

Noted author to speak
at Canal library branch

A bilingual discussion with author Reyna Grande will be held next month at the Pickleweed Library.

Grande, who immigrated from Mexico at age 9 and strove to graduate college and become a writer, will discuss her new memoir, “A Dream Called Home.” The book is a followup to “The Distance Between Us.”

The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. Dec. 6. The library is at 50 Canal St.

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