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UU-UNO Spring Seminar – Race and Immigration

Posted by T. Resnikoff // March 20th 2012 // Events and Opportunities, Social Justice, young adults, youth // no comments

The UU-UNO’s Intergenerational Spring Seminar will be held on April 12-14, 2012, and is open to both youth and adults.

You are invited to participate in the intergenerational and interfaith dialogue on the topic of “Race and Immigration”.  Participants have the opportunity to gain a deep understanding on this topic of global concern and listen to insightful speakers from the US and Canada.


Pamela Harris – Senior Educational Equity Specialist at The Mid-Atlantic Equity Center

May Chen –  Board President of the New York State Immigrant Action Fund

Christopher Sims – Poet

Carl Murrell – Baha’i representative to the UN

Janet Salazar – President and CEO of Maverick Vision International Advisors

Gregory Acevedo – PhD, Professor of Social Work at Fordham University

Robert Hawkins – PhD, Professor of New York University Silver School of Social Work


Registration Fee

Before March 31, 2012 After March 31, 2012
Senior (65+) $275.00 Senior (65+) $330.00
Adult (35-64) $315 Adult (35-64) $370.00
Young Adult (19-34) $210 Young Adult (19-34) $265.
Youth (ages 14-18) $130 Youth (ages 14-18) $165.00
Day Rate $150.00 Day Rate $150.00


If you are interested in attending the Spring Seminar, or if you would like more information, please visit www.uu-uno.org or call 212 986 5165.  Scholarships are available. Click here for information on scholarships for youth and young adults of color.

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Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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