SATURDAY: Immigration Resource Fair in West Seattle

Just received this announcement from Chief Sealth International High School principal Aida Fraser-Hammer:

Seattle Community Immigration Resource Fair
Saturday, December 10, 10 am to 1 pm
At Denny International Middle School

The City of Seattle, Seattle Public Schools, Chief Sealth IHS and Denny IMS, along with several community partners, are hosting a Community Resource Fair on Immigration. You are invited to learn about Immigration policies, knowing your rights, safety, how to support your children at school and at home, and a parental toolkit.

Denny is at 2601 SW Kenyon.

1 Reply to "SATURDAY: Immigration Resource Fair in West Seattle"

  • Kristina December 7, 2016 (9:37 am)

    I am thinking of standing outside the meeting with cookies and hot drinks to share, carrying a sign that says “I stand with you!” or “Immigrants are welcome here!” or just a big heart or some other sign of friendship.  I am a mother, and I can not even imagine the depth of the fear about what the need for a safety plan looks like.  Does this mean that parents are planning on what to do if their kids are at school and the parents are arrested for deportation?  That kindergarteners could come home to find that they don’t have a family anymore?!  I don’t know how to fix a problem that big, but the least I could do is say that I care.

    If I organize it, will you join me?

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