January 5

Speakers Series Call to Action: Humanitarian Crisis for Immigrants – Continues. Find Out What You Can Do. Act Your Conscience.

3:00 pm — 5:00 pm

Congregation B’nai Israel
3600 Riverside Boulevard Sacramento, California 95818

Overcrowded detention camps
HEAR Anna Molander Hermann give an eyewitness account of the appalling conditions in which children, migrants and refugees are being detained in San Antonio in places like that pictured above. LEARN from Lynn Keune, LMFT at La Familia counseling Center in Sacramento, the anxiety, trauma, depression and mental health issues suffered by asylum seekers and immigrants, especially the children who are the most vulnerable. GAIN knowledge about the advocacy and activities of other local organizations that work to better the lives of migrants and refugees.

Advocacy Groups:

  • The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)
  • Abuelas Responden, the Sacramento Overground Railroad
  • NorCal Resist
  • SacACT (Area Congregations Together)

View or download: Humanitarian Crisis for Immigrants – Continues flyer (PDF)

Find out about volunteer opportunities and how you can help.
January 5, 2020, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Congregation B’nai Israel, 3600 Riverside Boulevard, Sacramento
$5.00 donation at the door appreciated. RSVP via the online form below.

“Humanitarian Crisis for Immigrants – Continues” is a part of the
Speakers Series Call to Action presented by National Council of
Jewish Women (NCJW) Sacramento. Next event is PREVENTION: THE CURE TO GUN VIOLENCE
on March 1, 2020, Find Out What You Can Do. Act Your Conscience.