Long Island Faith Leaders to Discuss Need for Immigration Reform


Long Island Wins, the Long Island Civic Engagement Table and Noticia will be hosting “Faith and Immigration Reform,” an interfaith discussion featuring prominent Long Island faith leaders on Friday, June 7 at 2:00pm at the Islamic Center of Long Island in Westbury.

Bob Keeler will be moderating an important conversation with leaders from the Jewish, Muslim and Christian faiths. Be a part of the discussion and join Long Island faith leaders in discussing this pressing topic.

Click below to see the full flyer in English and Spanish.

FaithImmigrationForum-flyer2thumbPart of the “Growing a Diverse Long Island” series of forums, the conversation will touch on topics affecting Long Islanders and its fast-growing immigrant population. With comprehensive immigration reform on the horizon, the panelists will discuss the religious imperative for just and compassionate immigration reform that works for all Long Islanders.

WHAT: Faith and Immigration Reform
WHEN: Friday, June 7, 2:00pm
WHERE: Islamic Center of Long Island, 835 Brush Hollow Rd, Westbury, 11590
WHO: A panel of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish religious leaders. Moderated by Bob Keeler.

Join our community leaders as we deepen our commitment to the immigration reform movement and build new partnerships across faiths. To RSVP, please click here or contact Steve McFarland at steve.mcfarland@maketheroadny.org or 516-366-0259.