From Immigration Equality Blog
On January 29th, I’ll be joining other LGBT advocates, and Tulane Law School students, for a new symposium presented by the John Crews Journal of Law and Sex.
I will be representing Immigration Equality on the symposium’s “State of the Gay-tion” panel, which will provide an overview about what kinds of policy concerns, public and private discourse, upcoming legislation, regulations, treaties, and practices will impact the LGBT community. I’ll be taking a look ahead at comprehensive immigration reform, the campaign to pass the Uniting American Families Act and the work we’ll need to do – as individuals and as a community – to end discrimination against our families.
I’ll be joined on the panel by Emily Hecht of the Family Equality Council; D’Arcy Kemnitz of the National LGBT Bar Association; and Randy Evans from the Forum for Equality.
We’ll post a wrap up of the symposium here once its over.