See below for Women Watch Afrika’s Upcoming, Current, and Immediate Past Events:
International Women’s Day–March 8th 2019
Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Day at the Capitol–February 20, 2019
Immigrant Rights Thursdays at the Capitol–Every Thursday Till March 2019!
September 29, 2018: WWA PHA Program and Men Violence Prevention Program Graduations
August 20th, 2018: Rally/Meeting at the Atlanta City Council session in the Council Chambers, City Hall. To demand that the City cancel the contract with ICE and close the city jail (ACDC).
August 18th, 2018:
WWA delegation to Mississippi to the Fannie Lou Hamer memorial site. Fannie Lou Hamer is a voting and Civil Rights Pioneer who said Nobody is free until everybody is free.
June 30th Event
#KnowYourRights & #DefendYourRights workshop! At the #ClarkstonCommunityCenter! Topics: interactions with #police, interaction with #ICE, update on the #MuslimBan, interaction with #FBI
Rally/Walk for Justice happening today June 28, 2018 at 3 p.m. in Atlanta!
Day of Action in front of Richard Russell Federal Building
On Jun 26, 2018 Glory Kilanko, Founder and Executive Director
@WomenWatchAfri spoke at the #DayofAction in front of the Richard Russell Fed Bldg, about the disappointment of SCOTUS decision upholding the xenophobic & discrimatory #TravelBan #NoMuslimBanEver #HumanRights
As an expert in this field, Women Watch Afrika provides trainings as a consultant on the issue. For more information on training, guidance, consulting services, and/or information on working with immigrant communities contact Glory Kilanko, Founder and Executive Director, Women Watch Afrika, Inc. at 404-759-6419 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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