A Dialogue with Politics of Immigration co-author Jane Guskin at the James Connolly Forum
VIDEO: Jane Guskin discusses recent immigration reform proposals on February 15, 2013, at the James Connolly Forum in Troy, New York. Guskin is co-author with David Wilson of The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers, published in July 2007 by Monthly Review Press. She is also a co-director of the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, a New York City-based grassroots foundation supporting nonviolent action for social justice. Jane Guskin and David Wilson can be contacted at thepoliticsofimmigration(at)gmail.com.
The forum was held at the Oakwood Community Center and co-sponsored by the Troy Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO; and Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace. Guskin was introduced by moderator Jackie Hayes, a graduate student at University at Albany SUNY and an activist with New York Students Rising.
Immigration reform proposals:
Kandace Vallejo, "Immigration Reform for My Mom"
Luis Fernandez and Joel Olson, "To Live, Love, and Work Anywhere You Please: Arizona and the Struggle for Locomotion"