Interested in immigration in the Southwest and issues
related to this summer’s General Assembly? Do you want to learn about how to
support asylum seekers in the US?
Join UUSC and the Torture Abolition and Survivors Support
Coalition International (TASSC) to learn about the current situation of torture
survivors in immigration detention and the asylum process and how TASSC is
addressing this in the Southwest and throughout the country through their
Communities of Healing Program.
June 17, 2012 at 6:30 PM
Where: TASSC’s office at 4121 Harewood Road, NE,
Suite B, Washington DC 20017, near the Catholic University / Brookland Metro on
the Red Line
What: For dinner
and discussion with UUSC, TASSC, and National Communities of Healing leaders
Please RSVP to Anna Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-301-4367
This dinner and discussion is part of weeklong series of
events to mark the 15th anniversary of TASSC International’s June Survivor
Week. Activities include a three day human rights training for survivors of
torture, visits to Congress, panel discussions and presentations, and
vigil in front of the White House. Click here for more information about these events.
Associate for Grassroots Mobilization