Human rights for undocumented workers - speaker at RBCC Wednesday

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Richmond Beach Congregational Church, UCC is sponsoring a series of discussions on three different social issues – homelessness, immigration, and trafficking.

Adult Faith Formation and Peace and Justice committees are working together to present these sessions. The public is welcome.

The series is on Wednesdays evenings from 7-8:30pm. The church address is 1512 NW 195th, Shoreline 98177.

March 28th:  We will be hearing about immigration rights. Stacy Kitahata is a volunteer with the Washington New Sanctuary Movement, a local interfaith coalition advocating for the rights of all immigrants and standing with those caught in an unjust system.

Stacy is presently Program Director with the Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship.  For more than  20 years Stacy served in multicultural ministry, as Dean of the Community with the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and with the Division for Global Mission.


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