Global Cleveland and The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage present: Our Immigrant Communities Today: Refugees Welcome?

From America’s undocumented immigrant population of 11 million to the Syrian refugee crisis, to the growing demand for employment visas for skilled workers, the immigration debate puts our economy, our borders and our communities under the microscope.

This presidential election is one of the most consequential of our time. America – along with our friends and allies – faces a choice between a world that is open or closed. Join us as Isam Zaiem (Council on American-Islamic Relations), Leen Midani (senior at CSU, Syrian asylee), Veronica Dahlberg (Executive Director, Hola) and Global Cleveland’s Joe Cimperman discuss some of the main immigration issues of our day.

Learn more about the components and prospects of sensible immigration reform, and hear why changes to our immigration policy are needed through the perspectives of business, technology, faith and law enforcement.

This event is FREE, but registration is required—LIMITED SEATING! Register HERE.

Sponsored by:

Margaret W. Wong & Associates and The City Club of Cleveland