* This is a sponsored post, but my opinion is personal.
Come to the free event #EstamosContigo in Dallas with your family and participate in Facebook Live that promotes the empowerment of the Latino community, knows your immigration rights and other cultural issues.
If you're in Dallas-Fort Worth and the Metroplex, I invite you to go to Telemundo and Jefferson Dental's immigration event and immigration assembly to learn about immigration and civil rights laws with key activists, influential figures, and thought leaders.
These entities will be providing a safe space for Latinos where culturally relevant topics can be discussed during the forum that will also be broadcast on Facebook Live on Wednesday, May 24.
Before the talk, there will be an "Empowerment Fair" where families can consult panelists and community resources such as The Immigrant Project, WIC, North Texas Food Bank and many others. The event is familiar, free and you can interact with the panelists.
#EstamosContigo is the reaffirmation of Jefferson Dental's 50-year legacy and whose century and a half frames the exclusive dedication they have given to bilingual Hispanics and marginalized communities in education issues and dental health resources.
In addition to the forum, I invite you to visit the digital community in Spanish, www.estamoscontigo.com, where you can find authentic and relevant content, celebrate stories of influential Latinos and reintegrate into the Spanish-speaking community that constantly goes through language barriers, informational access, financial resources or geographical constraints.
Attend the #EstamosContigo Migration Event and Assembly with your family and know your rights!
Date and Time: May 24 at 5:30 p.m.
Address: Thomas Jefferson High School
4001 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX 75229
• Domingo Garcia, Lawyer
• Douglas Interiano, Founder of Immigrant Project
• Daniel Cruz, Founder of Education is Freedom
• Francisco de la Torre, Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas
• Daniel Segura, Fort Worth Police
So you don't forget, confirm your attendance at the event on Facebook here.
You can submit your questions about immigration, civil rights, and education issues in advance, either prior to or during the event so that panelists can answer them.
For more information, available resources and more details about the forum to be held on May 24, please visit estamoscontigo.com