On May 14, 2014 Roosevelt House held a conversation with leading experts from the Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) & the New York Immigrant Family Unity Project (NYIFUP) — two of the most ambitious immigrant representation initiatives in the United States. The panel discussed policy initiatives within the context of the partisan gridlock on immigration reform in Washington, and offered ideas as to replicating some of New York’s successful initiatives elsewhere in the country. This event was moderated by Mirela Iverac, Immigration and Poverty reporter for WNYC.
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Roosevelt House, an integral part of Hunter College since 1943, reopened in 2010 as a public policy institute honoring the distinguished legacy of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Its mission is three-fold: to educate students in public policy and human rights, to support faculty research, and to foster creative dialogue.
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