Discussing immigration

Panelists Jessica Valenzuela and Andrés López-Delgado answer questions addressing birthright citizenship and how citizenship is protected by the law during the Office of Diversity and Inclusivity’s Diversity Town Hall Monday. Valenzuela works as a Department of Justice accredited representative at the Immigration Center for Women and Children in downtown Los Angeles where she helps survivors of domestic violence with their visa and citizenship applications. López-Delgado is a third-year student at Yale Law School where he works on issues of fair housing law and community development law. Valenzuela stressed the importance of the contribution of citizens by voting to make an impact rather than being silent. / photo by Katie Pyne
Panelists Jessica Valenzuela and Andrés López-Delgado answer questions addressing birthright citizenship and how citizenship is protected by the law during the Office of Diversity and Inclusivity’s Diversity Town Hall Monday. Valenzuela works as a Department of Justice accredited representative at the Immigration Center for Women and Children in downtown Los Angeles where she helps survivors of domestic violence with their visa and citizenship applications. López-Delgado is a third-year student at Yale Law School where he works on issues of fair housing law and community development law. Valenzuela stressed the importance of the contribution of citizens by voting to make an impact rather than being silent. / photo by Katie Pyne
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