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  • Al Soto
    RENTERIA,FABIAN wrote:Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 15:23:16 -0700 From: RENTERIA,FABIAN To: lista@azteca.net Subject: Immigration Forum at
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      "RENTERIA,FABIAN" <frenteri@...> wrote:Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 15:23:16 -0700
      To: lista@...
      Subject: Immigration Forum at Whittier College



      UCLA FGR Cohosts Immigration Forum at Whittier College

      On Wednesday, August 18, UCLA Federal Government Relations (FGR) and the
      Government Relations Alumni Advocacy Committee (GRAAC) will host a forum at
      Whittier College focusing on immigration issues.The panel discussion will
      explore two proposals recently introduced in the U.S. Congress related to
      "guest worker" immigration initiatives. There will be a 90 minute panel
      discussion followed by 30 mins of question and answer. Invited panelists
      include Members of Congress, labor leaders, advocacy groups, business
      leaders, clergy and academia. The event will take place from 7:00 - 9:00pm
      in the Ruth Shannon Performing Arts Center on the Whittier College campus
      in Whittier. Please RSVP to Mike Swords at (310) 794-6810 or
      advocacy@.... Refreshments will be provided.

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