Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Interactive Dialogues on Immigration

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INTERACTIVE DIALOGUES ON IMMIGRATION FOR PEOPLE OF FAITH
SUNDAYS 6:30-8:00PM 
at
SALEM UCC
5300 Florida Ave.
Denver, CO 80022
Feb 20 & Feb 27

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
1585 E. Kingston St.
Aurora, CO 80210
March 6 & March 13

PARKVIEW UCC
12444 Parkview Dr.
Aurora, CO 80011
March 20 & March 27

 
Your browser may not support display of this image. Dialogue allows people to bring fundamentally different assumptions to the table, and helps to create an atmosphere in which a group uses the richness of each person’s view to reach a place of new understanding. Often called the art of thinking together, dialogue uses active listening, respecting, suspension of judgment, and speaking our voice. These tools help us to think and act as part of a whole finding that there is often a base of shared meaning. 

   FEB 20 – HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: HOW DID WE GET TO THIS POINT? 
Your browser may not support display of this image.    FEB 27 – LEGALITIES OF IMMIGRATION        Anne Allott, Allott Immigration Law Firm 
   MARCH 6 – SOCIAL IMPACTS OF OUR CURRENT IMMIGRATION SYSTEM
   MARCH 13 – IMMIGRATION REFORM, WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS? Rights for All People
   MARCH 20 –INSIDE THE ICE DETENTION CENTER   Sister Alicia Ramirez, Sisters Of Loretto
   MARCH 27 – TIME FOR FAITH BASED ACTION   Jennifer Piper, Coloradoans for Immigrant Rights
Each session will provide an informational presentation, small group facilitated dialogue, and a time for Q&A.
  • Please RSVP to Wayne at onawalk@comcast.net or to Diane at 303-979-0046 in order to allow for adequate space and facilitators
  • Childcare will be provided for all who RSVP/light refreshments served
  • Literature on the process of dialogue will be provided to those interested prior to the event
COMMUNION WILL BE OFFERED AT THE CONCLUSION OF EACH SESSION FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO PARTICIPATE
 

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