One Year Later: Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It

November 09, 2017 at 2pm

Description:
One year after the presidential election, immigration rhetoric and policies have upended the lives of millions of people. There have been ramped-up deportations, travel bans and refugee resettlement cut in half, as well as new rules in a plethora of visa classes and threats to sanctuary cities. Not only are the undocumented affected but also children of immigrants, U.S.-born spouses, workers, international students and many more as well as the employers, teachers, police and health care workers who support them. Join experts in psychology, social work, advocacy and education to learn about the trauma facing immigrants in America today and the best strategies to approach it in One Year Later: Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It, a free webinar hosted by The Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute. 

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