ImmigRacism: How Does Immigration Law Manifest Racism and Impact Immigrant Communities?


Join a conversation with UB Law alumnae Alejandra Morisi, J.D. '14, senior attorney at Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), and Rexanah Wyse, J.D. '13, chief of staff at the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelesness; and Mike Mitchell, executive director of FIRN (Foreign-Born Information  and Referral Network).

In their work, these panelists have championed immigrants in multiple spheres, from the immigration and family courts to accessing public benefits and addressing homelessness. They will examine racism at our borders and inside the country as immigrants endeavor to access justice and human rights.

Moderating the discussion will be UB Law Prof. Elizabeth Keyes, director of the law school's Immigrant Rights Clinic .

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