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Uniting for Refugees: Marking One Year Since President Trump's Travel Ban

Presented by Oxfam America at District Hall, Boston MA

Jan 22 2018
Uniting for Refugees: Marking One Year Since President Trump's Travel Ban

Join Oxfam America and partners for a panel discussion on refugee resettlement one year after the first executive order travel ban. The panel will be followed by a light reception, featuring an acoustic performance by musician Chadwick Stokes.

Boston groups unite for conversation and solidarity. Join Oxfam, Amnesty, IINE, for an exhibit, panel discussion, and light reception.
Featuring an acoustic performance by local musician Chadwick Stokes, of Dispatch and State Radio.

President Trump signed his first executive order travel ban in January 2017, slamming the door on refugees and triggering an outcry in support of refugees that continues today. Join Boston-based Oxfam America and fellow organizations for a panel discussion on the

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This event is free but registration is required as space is limited. RSVP by registering on the Eventbrite page.

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The panel will be followed by a light reception, featuring an acoustic performance by local musician Chadwick Stokes, of Dispatch and State Radio.

Guests are also encouraged to explore Oxfam and Amnesty International's "Museum Without a Home" exhibition--on display in the District Hall lounge from Monday, 1/22 through Friday, 1/26. Museum Without a Home is a project that highlights real items given to refugees by the communities that welcomed them.

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District Hall

75 Northern Avenue , Boston, MA 02210

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