A forum on Current US and NJ Immigration Policy
November 15, 2018 at 2pm in West Hall
ANJUM GUPTA is the director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at Rutgers and teaches non-clinical courses in refugee law and professional responsibility. She writes in the areas of refugee law and supervises students representing immigrants seeking various forms of relief before the Department of Homeland Security, the immigration courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the federal courts of appeals. She also worked at the ACLU Immigrant Rights Project and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
CHIA-CHIA WANG is the Coordinator at the American Friends Service Committee Immigrant Rights Program in Newark NJ. The Immigrant Rights Program of the AFSC empowers immigrants through legal services and community organizing with the belief that those who are impacted by broken policy should be the driving force for change. Chia-Chia supervises organizing staff and interns, and most recently is working to address issues related to immigration and local law enforcement collaboration and privatization of prison and immigration detention.
Moderated By Robert Giorgi representing the Human Rights First organization (MCC and Columbia University Graduate)