Immigration in America: How Do We Fix a System in Crisis?

Immigration in America: How Do We Fix a System in Crisis?

 6:30 p.m. • March 20, 2012

South Carolina Political Collections, in partnership with the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress, The Kettering Foundation, and the National Issues Forums Institute, is hosting a series of public forums during 2011-2013.  We invite you to join us March 20, 2012 for our forum Immigration in America: How Do We Fix a System in Crisis?

The Forum will be held in the Hollings Special Collections Library.  It will begin promptly at 6:30pm and last approximately two hours.  Pizza and drinks will be provided.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to 803-777-0578 to reserve your seat.

Herb Hartsook, SCPC Director, will moderate the forum, and lead discussion of this issue.

While immigration has always been a contentious subject in America, the current debate has zeroed in on the millions of undocumented immigrants currently living here.  But the problems with our current system are not limited to these people.

The results of the Forum will be aggregated with those of similar forums held across the country and shared with leaders in our government.

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