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Carola Otero Bracco, Executive Director of Neighbor’s Link, spoke on November 3, 2019 at the New York Society for Ethical Culture about “How National Immigration Policies Are Affecting Our Community.” (Click on camera icon in upper right corner to open video.)
Carola gave an overview of the shifts in national immigration policies in recent years and how this has impacted the immigrant families that live in our communities. She explored the role of local law enforcement and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the enforcement of immigration law. She also discussed how immigrant families are impacted at the very local level and what tools are available to them as they work to stabilize their lives and contribute to the economy and culture of our country.
Carola Otero Bracco, Executive Director of Neighbors Link, has a strong personal connection to the Neighbors Link mission of strengthening the whole community through the healthy integration of immigrants. As a first generation American born of immigrant parents from Bolivia, Carola understands the challenges that accompany the immigrant experience in America and is dedicated to inspiring healthy integration in the community. Carola is bilingual and bicultural and is driven by her passion for empowering immigrant families and advocating for personal growth through education and economic development.
Find more Platforms from New York Society for Ethical Culture here.
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Students may be able to learn from home, but eating there is sometimes a different story. Tens of thousands of children from families experiencing hardship depend on free and low-cost school meals as a reliable source of nutrition. For Secular #WeekofAction May 1st-10th, check if you can help with preparation or distribution at public schools. Learn more at weekofaction.org ... See MoreSee Less