Press Advisory on Tuition Equity
Immigrant Advocates and DREAMERs Support Tuition Equity Measures in the Georgia State House of Representatives
WHAT: Immigrant Community organizations will show their support for efforts aimed at making college more affordable for DREAMERs and Immigrant Students
WHO: Asian American Advancing Justice Atlanta, Women Watch Afrika, Inc, CAIR Georgia, Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, Georgia Shift, Freedom University, Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, and the SPLC Action Fund
WHEN: Thursday February 27, 2020 at 12 P.M.
WHERE: Paul D. Coverdell Legislative Office Building (CLOB) – Room 610 located at 18 Capitol Square, SW, Atlanta, GA 30334
(ATLANTA, GA) – Immigrant community organizations and DREAMERs collectively support in-state tuition equity measures to make college more affordable for DREAMERs and Immigrant Students. Georgia is one of only three states that explicitly prohibits in-state tuition rates for undocumented students. Advocates view the in-state tuition bills introduced in the Georgia State House of Representatives as a critical step in the right direction for Georgia.
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 email@example.com
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