Grupo Salinas’ Azteca America is pleased to announce a series of town hall meetings organized in conjunction with Zócalo Public Square in the cities of Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and Chicago.
The first event, entitled: “What Would Immigration Reform Mean for Los Angeles?” will be held on Wednesday, May 1 atThe California Endowment.
The conference will be moderated by Roberto Suro, Director, The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute at USC, and include panelists UCLA Graduate School of Education Dean Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, USC sociologist Manuel Pastor, and UC Berkeley School of Public Health California Program on Access to Care Director Gilbert Ojeda.
“We are delighted to be working with Zócalo Public Square to deepen the dialogue on this issue that is so crucial to the future of this country,” said Luis J. Echarte, Chairman of Azteca America.
The Miami forum is scheduled for May 10, with Houston and Chicago forums scheduled for May 16 and June 12, respectively. Panelists and moderators will be distinguished faculty, media and members of US Congress, as well as policy leaders from the White House.
To RSVP for events, please visit: www.zocalopublicsquare.org