WNPR, WSHU, and the New England News Collaborative Present:
Facing Change: What Makes a City a Sanctuary?
Monday, March 27 at 6 p.m.
Doors open for seating at 5:30 p.m.
Gateway Community College
Curran Community Room
20 Church Street
New Haven, Connecticut
Click here for directions and parking information.
Sanctuary cities make people safer, say supporters. Others say it is time to face the public safety problems they create. Join this live discussion about the concept of ‘sanctuary’ and what it means to immigrants and refugees from other countries, as well as how it impacts the greater populations of our cities, state, and country.
John Dankosky; Executive Editor, NENC
Cassandra Basler; reporter
Admission to this event is free; however, seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. In accordance with Gateway Community College’s security protocol, a valid picture ID will be required.
For additional information, call Audience Care at 860.275.7550 or visit wnpr.org.
Facing Change: What Makes a City a Sanctuary? is sponsored by the Law Office of Renee C. Redman, LLC.