Destigmatizing Immigration: Resilience in a Flawed System will be an important conference to be held at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts under the auspices of the Mayor’s Office of Philadelphia.
It will be the closing activity of a cycle of discussions designed by Jim Kenney’s office called “Philadelphia Millennial Forum: Creating a Dialogue to Address Pressing Issues that Face Millennials in Philadelphia.”
The issue of immigration has an important Hispanic audience, so the Millennium Advisory Committee (MAC) welcomes on May 14, city state leaders, advocates and community organizations to discuss immigration reform.
The main speakers will be Miriam Enriquez from the City’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, Pennsylvania State Senator Sharif Street, and Yasmine Mustafa, CEO of Roar for Good.
The 2019 forum for millennials will be a three-part series focused on: Financial Futures, Neighborhood Change and Social Justice.
The Millennium Advisory Committee (MAC) annually organizes a dynamic, multilayered dialogue on issues that affect Philadelphia’s millennial residents.
The improvement of the financial future of Philadelphia’s millennials and how technology is democratizing the local governments have been topics discussed this year.
Translated by: José Espinoza