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Sunday, March 3, 2 - 4 PM

Noel Kammermann, E.D., Loaves and Fishes


Sunday, April7, 2 - 4 PM

Speaker from Sacramento's LGBT Center


Sunday, May 5, 2 - 4 PM

Speaker To Be Determined


October 4-5, 2019

West Coast CTA Conferrence
Sacramento Doubletree Hotel
Building More Just Communities


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Assoc. for the Rights of Catholics in the Church

Bread of Life

Catholics for Marriage Equality

Dignity USA

Fortunate Families

Future Church

Good Shepherd Independent Catholic Parish

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National Catholic Reporter

Nevada Desert Experience

NETWORK

Pace e Bene

Pax Christi

Roman Catholic Womanpriests

Sacramento Area Peace Action

Sharing God's Bounty

St. Francis Catholic Church

St. Mark's United Methodist Church

School of the Americas Watch

Women's Ordination Conference

St. Michael's Independent Catholic Church

 

2019 Events - SAVE THE DATES!

All of our events are held at:

St. Mark’s Methodist Church located at 2391 St. Mark’s Way, Sacramento
In the neighborhood behind the Country Club Plaza

 

Please contact Caryl Callsen at 209-295-2151 or graycall@volcano.net for information or to reserve space at any of these following events.


 

 

 

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Sunday, January 20, 2019

2 – 4 p.m. Fireside Room

St. Mark’s Methodist Church

Attorney Luis Cespedes on Local Immigration Issues

 

Our speaker for January 20th will be Luis Cespedes, whose practice includes civil rights litigation and complex criminal post conviction relief for non-citizens facing removal or denial of naturalization. He has represented clients facing deportation and seeking immigration relief before the Department of Homeland Security (USCIS.)

He was named by Mayor Darrell Steinberg, and the Sacramento City Council to Chair the Lawyer's Advisory Committee to the City Council's Safe Haven Task Force chaired by Council Member Eric Guerra. The Task Force was formed to respond to litigation from the Trump administration seeking to deny federal funds to "Sanctuary Cities"; re-writing the city's "Sanctuary Ordinance" initially designed to protect refugees from Central America in the mid-80's, and create a legal entity to assist families defend and protect against deportation. The City has created the Family Unity, Education, and Legal Network (FUEL) with initial funding of $300,000 and $100,000 from the Vera Institute of Justice.

Mr. Cespedes was named the "2018 Distinguished Attorney of the Year" by the Sacramento County Bar Association during its 100th Centennial Celebration. A graduate of U.C. Berkeley School of Law , he earned his B.A. and M.A. from Occidental College and has a 37 year record of public and community service, including serving as a Pro Tem Settlement Conference Judge for the Sacramento County Superior Court.

Those of you who wish to learn more of Mr Cespedes’ story can read about him in the November issue of the Sacramento County Bar Association magazine at: https://issuu.com/milenkovlais/docs/saclaw_nov_dec_2018_online (page 20 et al.)

Mr. Cespedes will provide us with an update on immigration issues in our area and will also be available to respond to your questions.


Sunday, March 3, 2019

2 – 4 p.m. Fireside Room

St. Mark’s Methodist Church

Noel Kammermann, Executive Director of Loaves and Fishes

 

Mr. Kammermann will provide an update on their services, successors, visions for the future, etc. He will also gladly respond to your questions.


Sunday, April 7, 2019

2 – 4 p.m. Fireside Room

St. Mark’s Methodist Church

Sacramento's LGBT Center
Rachel Henry - Outreach and Training Instutite Director of She/Her/Hers

 

Rachel Henry will walk us through the nuances and sensitivities involved in this highly-differentiated community that simply cannot be encapsulated as “gay” or in any other all-inclusive manner.


There is no charge for most of our presentations, but we do accept “At Will” donations to help offset our expenses.  Thank you.

For more information and/or reservations please respond to graycall@volcano.net or 209-295-2151. Although we appreciate RSVPs, we welcome all even if you haven’t been able to respond.

 

 
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