About this event
With federal inaction on immigration policy, states, counties, and cities across the country have stepped up, largely putting in place policies that support immigrant integration. Join this webinar hosted by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees to learn about the latest trends in both pro- and anti-immigrant state and local policies. Discuss policies that are gaining traction in many jurisdictions—from driver’s licenses to municipal IDs. Examine anti-immigrant ballot measures in Oregon to understand the role of hate groups and implications for immigrant communities. And explore what philanthropy can do to support the expansion of pro-immigrant policies across the country. The webinar will feature an Oregon Case Study.
Moderator: Eric Ward, Program Officer, Ford Foundation
- Tanya Broder, Senior Staff Attorney, National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
- Jesse Beason, Director of Public Affairs, Northwest Health Foundation
- Cathy Cha, Senior Program Officer, Evelyn & Walter Haas Jr. Fund