Join us on Wednesday, July 18, from noon to 1 p.m., for a discussion with District 6 Councilmember Eric Guerra to talk about current immigration policies and what they could mean for the “American Dream."
The event takes place in the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center auditorium, and lunch is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendees should RSVP to julyimmigrationdialogue.eventbrite.com. Download flier here (PDF).
Councilman Guerra's family family immigrated from Michoacán, Mexico, and he grew up picking produce in a small farming town in Yolo County to help his family make ends meet. He graduated from Sac State in 2003 with a degree in Engineering and a Master's degree in Public Policy Administration.
Throughout his years in public service he has been a strong advocate for matters important to the Latino community, ranging from AB 60, the California dream act, and most recently, ensuring that undocumented residents have access to affordable and reputable legal advice and representation.
Councilman Guerra attributes his success to the love and guidance from his family. He pursued public service to improve lives and ensure that everyone has an opportunity to attain the American dream.
The Diversity & Inclusion Dialogue Series aims to build relationships through increased understanding and trust, which helps to foster an inclusive workplace.
To view the flyer for the American Dream presentation, click here (PDF).