Led by policy experts in the areas of civil rights, immigrant integration and workplace issues, this panel reviews where the immigration debate stands now in Congress and what lies ahead. Panelists share promising strategies to advance comprehensive immigration reform and examine critical questions for practitioners, researchers and policymakers engaged in this legislative issue. In the United States today, eleven million undocumented immigrants live in fear of prosecution and deportation. Federal enforcement activities have accelerated in recent years, while state and local ordinances like Arizona’s SB 1070 are creating a patchwork of laws in the absence of Congressional action. The panel discusses the need for comprehensive immigration reform in order to fix the nation’s broken immigration system and achieve a just and human solution to this crisis. This discussion is part of the 2010 a href="http:sites.google.comamiracoalition.orgniic"National Immigrant Integration Conferencea.moreless
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