Immigrant Day, Sacramento

Monday, May 20, 2019, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

On Monday, May 20, Immigrant Day invites faith communities, other organizations, and individuals who recognize the gifts that diversity and immigration bring to California - to raise a collective voice for dignity and inclusion of California's immigrant communities. This year will include an interfaith liturgy, rally, speakers, special guest entertainers, panel sessions by experts, a resource fair of community partners, and visits to educate California’s elected leaders about community priorities as Episcopalians have evidenced through convention resolutions passed by the California dioceses and the Episcopal Church. Participants will support California legislators and communities to continue California's solidarity with the immigrants who make California a great place to live and to encourage their courageous stand for the human rights of immigrants in this state. Sponsored by the California Episcopal Policy Center; endorsements include the Episcopal Public Policy Network of California.

Where: California State Capitol - North Steps, 1101 L St., Sacramento
Cost: $12 includes program, continental breakfast, and lunch. $32 includes transportation.
Contact: The Rev. Anna Lange-Soto, 650-245-7759.