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Community Dialogue on Global Diversity & Inclusion Series: "Breaking Point: Immigration Law, Policy, and Enforcement"

October 24, 2019
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Landes Auditorium-Room 101, Galloway Business Building

This panel discussion, Breaking Point: Immigration Law, Policy, and Enforcement, is a part of our Community Dialogue on Global Diversity and Inclusion series.

Dr. Henry Venta, Professor of Management and former Dean of the College of Business

Mr. Ernesto Alvarez, Immigration Attorney, Clark Hill PLC
Ms. Kristy Wendler, Immigration Attorney, Wendler Law Group
Rev. Kevin Badeaux, Pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church
Ms. Alma Garza, Director for Immigration Services, Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas

This is a semesterly Community Relations-centered critical and candid conversation about current and emerging issues in the areas of Global Diversity, Inclusion, Inter-Cultural, Inter-Racial, and Multi-Cultural Relations in America, as well as International Relations in general. The purpose and goal of the Community Dialogue on "Global Diversity and Inclusion" Series is to promote and advance "World Peace"—one community at a time—by facilitating a better understanding between and among the different groups and nations that make up today's "Global Village" of interconnected cultures and interdependent economies.

Each dialogue will be led by invited external "expert" Lecturers, Lamar University Faculty, Administrators, or a Panel of subject experts on the given topic. Each dialogue is open to the general public.

Sponsored by the Division of Global Diversity, Inclusion & Intercultural Affairs.

Samantha Banks
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