Time & Location
May 17, 7:00 PM – May 18, 9:00 PM
Los Angeles, 919 Albany St, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA
About The Event
In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Los angeles (APABA), the Asian Pacific American Women Lawyers Alliance (APAWLA), the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic, and a number of bar associations present a panel and reception to discuss the future of DACA and its impact on AAPI communities. Please join us on Wednesday, May 17, 2023 6-9 PM at Loyola Law School, 919 Albany Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015.
Last October, the Fifth Circuit ruled the DACA program violates the Administrative Procedure Act. We invite members of the legal community to come learn about the state of DACA following the Fifth Circuit's decision, the experiences of AAPI DACA recipients and the Opportunity for All campaign, a California-wide organizing effort led by undocumened student organizers to press the UC system to remove barriers to employment that negatively impact undocumented students.
Join moderator Kathleen Kim, Professor and Associate Dean for Equity & Inclusion from Loyola Law School; panelists Professor Ahilan Arulanatham, Professor and Co-Director of the Center of Immigration Law and Policy at UCLA Law School, Miso Jang, Program Manager at AAPI Equity Alliance, Ju Hong, Director of the UCLA Dream Resources Center and Host of ImmigrAsians Podcast, and Yurie Blons, Loyola Law School '23 and Advanced Clinical Student for Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic and former DACA recipient.