PART III: “On Immigration”

KingstonCitizens.org presents “Community Educational Forums: An Eight-Part Series” to be held at Church Des Artistes located at 79 Wurts Street in the Historic Rondout section of Kingston, NY.

Over the course of the series in 2017, citizens can expect an array of subjects with expert panelists, a question and answer period, an interactive work session on KingstonCitizens.org’s document “Trump Initiatives and NYS Local/State Policy and Laws” and short tutorials to help navigate the City of Kingston’s municipal website.

Moderated by KingstonCitizens.org Co-Founder Rebecca Martin

Participants are encouraged to bring a dessert to share. Coffee and tea provided. We encourage citizens to bring along their personal computer laptop if they have one.

UPDATE:

On Sunday, April 30, 2017, from 1-4 pm we expected to host a session on immigration policies with Andrea Callan, Esq. of the Workers Justice Center for New York. Unfortunately, she has been called away and cannot lead the session

As an alternative, KingstonCitizen.org is pleased to present a discussion on the Ulster County Legislature’s upcoming Resolution No. 138 “Creating A Policy To Maintain A Safe, Inclusive Government And Ensure The Protection, Order, Conduct, Safety, Health, And Well Being Of All Persons In Ulster County,” with guest panelists District 7 Legislator (Kingston) Jennifer Schwartz Berky and Ulster County Sheriff Van Blarcum. Other guests TBA.

The discussion will review this and other local proposals using the guidance provided by Attorney General Schneiderman and the ACLU to help communities understand their rights under the proposed changes in Washington.