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TEACH-IN ON IMMIGRANT AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Originally published in the Autumn 2019 edition of the Virginia Defender, printed October 28. Reproduced here for accessibility and archival purposes. To find other stories in this issue or download the full PDF, see this post. For the full web catalog, see our Full Issues page.

On Sept. 21, the Richmond Peace Education Center co-sponsored an event in Richmond's Monroe Park with the League of United Latin American Citizens, ReEstablish Richmond, and other immigrant and social justice advocacy organizations.
Photo by Phil Wilayto.

A member of the League of United Latin American Citizens staffs an information table at “Listen, Learn, Connect, Act – A Teach-In on Immigrant and Social Justice,” held Sept. 21 in Richmond’s Monroe Park. The event was initiated by the Richmond Peace Education Center and co-sponsored by LULAC, ReEstablish Richmond and other immigrant and social justice advocacy organizations. Security was organized by the Virginia Defenders, along with special protection for undocumented immigrants.

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