By Org: Aurora Rapid Response Team
One of the conversations that has plagued many immigrant families over the past few years has been building a home in Kane County while also protecting their work against varying immigration laws and enforcement. From Latinx immigrants to people from Sudan, Ukraine, Haiti and other nations, our county is a diverse mix of cultures, languages, and ideas. To surround this reality with supports and protections has been the work of Aurora Rapid Response Team. We are delighted that they are leading our June 2022 Speaker Segment and look forward to the dialogue.
During this training, we will discuss the history of rapid response, the intersections of community building, and it’s importance. Participants will learn about community building within a rapid response frame and how they can start a rapid response network.
This speaker series talk will be led by Sandra González who is the co-founder and executive director of the Aurora Rapid Response Team, and immigration advocacy community organization. She is the oldest daughter of Salvadoran migrants, a former high school educator, and higher education professional.
Register in advance for this meeting at the following link: