After the exciting fireworks, comes the nitty gritty of just what does our freedom mean? President Obama has called for a national discussion on the thorny topic of immigration. Tonight (Tuesday, July 5) the Princeton Public Library will host just such a discussion at 6:30 p.m. Join the conversation to help come up with a bipartisan recommendation to the White House.
“We will hear from representatives of the major social sectors (education, health care, public safety, faith-based, business and public policy). The results will be transmitted to the White House,” says Maria (Charo) Juego of the Latin American Legal Defense Fund.
Pre-registration is requested (E-mail info@LALDEF.org) but at this late date, just show up. The event is co-sponsored by the Latin American Legal Defense Fund, YWCA Princeton, the Princeton Public Library, and Not in Our Town Princeton.