Event InformationBack to Event Listings
Immigration: Your Voice, Your CommunityApril 13, 2014 2:00 PM - 3:30 PMLevine Museum of the New South, 200 E 7th St., in uptown Charlotte.
FREE and open to the public.
Professor Margaret Commins' Politic Science and Honors class at Queens University of Charlotte is hosting an immigration forum at the Levine Museum with various speakers in the Charlotte community speaking on issues and answering any questions from the citizens. This educational event will allow individuals to learn more about immigration in the immediate area along with the nation.
Panel Discussion Featuring:
- Cynthia Aziz (immigration attorney)
- Javier Diaz de Leon(Consul General, Mexican Consulate; Raleigh, NC)
- Elisa Benitez(N.C. Dream Team)
- Rebecca Carvajal (Communities in School and Garinger High School)
There will be a reception to follow with food provided.
Complimentary parking in 7th St. Station parking deck. Bring ticket inside museum.
Join Queens’ Center for Latino Studies and the Department of World Languages for the viewing of film, "Buenos Aires Rap," a documentary about the construction of a beat, a song, an identity, and thereconstruction of a modern city amidst a great transformation. View Event
Learn more about how to advance your career in education at Queens. View Event
Most of the 2016 election-related coverage has been focused on political candidates. The root of elections, however, is voting. There are few speakers more qualified to talk about the U.S. voting process - including recent state-level changes to our voting laws - than Dr. Paul Gronke. View Event