ADVISORY: Twitter Town Hall on DOMA and Immigration Reform with Sandra Fluke, LGBT & Immigration Activists and Experts
Washington, D.C. — On Thursday, June 27, attorney and social justice advocate Sandra Fluke will join immigration activists and experts for a Twitter Town Hall to discuss the Supreme Court’s DOMA decision and the impact the decision will have on binational couples and the ongoing immigration reform debate in Congress.
Sharita Gruberg, Policy Analyst, LGBT Immigration Project, Center for American Progress @Out4Citizenship
Rea Carey, Executive Director, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (@rea_carey)
Sandra Fluke, attorney and social justice advocate (@SandraFluke)
Erwin de Leon, D.C.-based policy researcher and writer (@ErwindeLeon)
Philip Wolgin, Senior Immigration Policy Analyst, Center for American Progress (@pwolgin)
Twitter Town Hall
A discussion on how the recent Supreme Court decision on the Defense of Marriage Act will affect binational LGBT couples. Use the hashtag #out4citizenship to participate!
Thursday, June 27, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. EDT
HASHTAG TO FOLLOW THE DISCUSSION:
- What the DOMA Decision Means for LGBT Binational Couples by Sharita Gruberg
- What Immigration Reform Means for the LGBT Community by Sharita Gruberg
- Guide to Same-Sex Couples After Historic Ruling on DOMA
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