The more time that I've spent at the Capitol, the more that I see the importance of policy engagement and action OUTSIDE the Capitol. That's why I'm regularly organizing events, including the Prenatal to Three Policy Forums, advocacy fairs, and Community Conversations, which have addressed topics such as child wellness and climate change.
Next Wednesday, please join me for the next in our series of Community Conversations. The topic this session is "Understanding Immigration." Just in time for the Fourth of July, we'll hear from The Advocates for Human Rights - a Minnesota organization with truly global reach - on how the present moment fits in the history of U.S. immigration. See the details below, or a link to the information can be found here.
What: Community Conversation on Understanding Immigration
Where: Carondolet Village – 525 Fairview Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105; Transit to the Carondolet Village location is accessible via Metro Transit Route 74 and one half-mile west of the A Line.
When: Wednesday, June 28, 2017; 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Thank you for the honor of serving our community,
State Representative, District 64B
321 State Office Building