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Aqua Foundation for Women to host immigration panel, film screening

Aqua Foundation for Women presents a State of Immigration Panel and Documentary beginning noon Saturday, Sept. 15, at O Cinema Wynwood.
Aqua Foundation for Women presents a State of Immigration Panel and Documentary beginning noon Saturday, Sept. 15, at O Cinema Wynwood.

Aqua Foundation for Women will present a discussion, about immigration, “The State of U.S. Immigration Policy: What it Means to Miami,” along with a one-hour documentary beginning noon Saturday, Sept. 15, at O Cinema Wynwood.

“What is going on, America? What is happening in our backyard, Miami? Aqua Foundation for Women brings together immigration experts to help us understand fact from fake, policy from hearsay,” the group posted on Facebook. “The Wall, Dreamers, Border Patrol, Detention, Immigration Reform, ICE, and more.”

Panelists will be immigration attorneys Christine Alden, Patricia Hernandez, Rebeca Sanchez-Roig and Jennifer Anzardo Valdes. The discussion will be led by el Nuevo Herald immigration reporter Brenda Medina.

“Miami immigration specialists provide a State of the Union on what is happening in US Immigration policy,” according to Aqua Foundation. “We will provide a summary of current issues and laws, and tackle your questions. What is really happening in Homestead? How will the new policies impact your business, family, and personal life? Should you be worried? How can you get involved?”

Aqua Foundation is Miami’s LBT women’s organization.

If you go

“The State of U.S. Immigration Policy: What it Means to Miami” begins noon Saturday, Sept. 15, at O Cinema Wynwood, 90 NW 29th St. Admission is $11 and benefits Americans for Immigrant Justice. Tickets available at O Cinema Wynwood.

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