Action 2:

Go deeper on immigration.

Together Hanover and the Randolph-Macon Cultural Arts & Entertainment Series will sponsor an Eyes on Immigration forum to provide local and national information on this timely topic. 

The series will be held on the R-MC campus and includes:

Documented,  a powerful and deeply moving film about the struggles and contributions of undocumented immigrants.  Discussion with Phil Story, immigrant rights attorney and advocate at the Legal Aid Justice Center and Yanet Amado, immigration rights advocate at the VA Interfaith Center will follow the film. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 7p.m. Sun Trust Theater, Brock Commons.

UndocuAlly Training  Students from VCU’s UndocuRAMs will train participants to be an ally for immigrants in the community.  This program is presented in collaboration with R-MC’s Office of Campus Ministry.  Saturday, October 27, 2018, 10a.m.-3p.m. Dollar Tree Room, Brock Commons.  Space is limited; please RSVP to patriciareagan@rmc.edu.

A Closer Look at Immigrants in Virginia Laura Goren, Research Director of the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, Veena Lothe, an immigration attorney and Gustavo Angeles, a former immigration rights community organizer at the New Virginia Majority will discuss the economic, cultural and business contributions of immigrants in Virginia.  Thursday, November 15, 2018, 7 p.m. Dollar Tree Room, Brock Commons.