Welcoming the Stranger

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Refugee and Immigration Crisis

A community forum designed to build understanding and heighten compassion about the legal and personal issues of immigration, asylum, and refugee status in our state, nation, and world.

Sunday, November 11
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
First Unitarian Church
730 Halstead Rd., Wilmington 19803

Speakers include:
Prof. Mary Brigid McManamon, Widener University Law School
Basha Silverman, Jewish Family Services Refugee Resettlement Program
Dalissy Washington, Network Delaware Safe Communities Campaign
Doyle Dobbins, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

Sponsored by the First Unitarian Church Human Rights Task Force
Questions? Becky Laster, blaster102@verizon.net

One thought on “Welcoming the Stranger

  1. The numbers of refugees seeking asylum is large. The question of their disposition isn’t simple. If there is a presentation heavily aimed at full admittance into the US, I would hope an invitation to speak would be extended to an equally well-informed, rational speaker who has an opposing view. That would make an extremely interesting presentation.

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