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In conjunction with the exhibit "I HAVE A NAME", we will hear stories from local students who are currently facing challenges due to their immigration status. We encourage all to plan time either before or after the luncheon to take in the exhibit.  General Admission (for non-legacy members and the public are $30). RSVP here.

I Have a Name: The Struggle of Undocumented Immigrants from Mexico & Central America

I Have a Name” seeks to give immigrants from Mexico and Central America a face, a name and a chance to share their own story. Through  Robert Adler's writing and Tom Feher's photography, this traveling exhibition shares  near  life-sized photographs of over 30 undocumented immigrants, accompanied by each person's unique story.   


RSVP Reception with cash bar from 6-7:00pm. Music by Calliope. Program begins 7:00pm

Panel Discussion: Immigration Reform - A Minnesota Issue   

Moderated by Stacy Doepner-Hove, LWV Minnesota President

John Keller, Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

Emilia Gonzalez Avalos, Navigate MN

Andi Egbert, MN State Demographic Center







Support for I Have A Name has been provided by individual contributions and The Puffin Foundation






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