Tumbling Walls: A GISP Dinner & Dialogue on U.S. Immigration Policies

Tumbling Walls: A GISP Dinner & Dialogue on U.S. Immigration Policies
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 5:30 – 7:00 pm | Interfaith Center, Franklin Street, Geneseo

The Fifth Annual Geneseo Interfaith Service Project (GISP) Community Dinner & Dialogue is one of the featured events in the GISP Series. Two SUNY Geneseo faculty members from the History Department—Professors Kathleen Mapes and Ryan Jones—will offer historical and current perspectives on the U.S. Immigration policies.

Following the brief presentations, all campus and community faith groups and individuals are invited to participate in table discussions on immigration issues related to the 2016-2017 GISP theme of Tumbling Walls: Opening Doors to Interfaith Connections. Participants will enjoy a free meal courtesy of the Philanthropic Chefs, the Center for Community and Geneseo Interfaith Center.

Students, please register via GOLD. Community Members register at go.geneseo.edu/interfaithdinner or by calling 585.243.1460.

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