October 23, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
St. Joseph Parish
732 18th Ave. E.
Seattle WA 98112

Please join us for an evening of dialogue, “One Humanity – Two Countries: The Impact of Migration / Immigration on El Salvador and the United States.”

St. Joseph Parish is celebrating 30 years of a sister parish relationship with San Bartolomé in Arcatao, El Salvador. Fr. Miguel Vasquez, SJ, pastor of San Bartolomé, will share his perspective of witnessing the impact of 30 years of migration on communities in El Salvador. He will be joined in dialogue and later in a Q&A panel of advocates and experts.

Presenters and panelists include: Father Miguel Vasquez, SJ, Pastor, San Bartolome, Arcatao, El Salvador; Ms. Marina Ortiz, Salvadoran Human Rights Leaders; Meghan Kelly-Stallings, Seattle Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, Coordinator, New Citizens Program; Josh Utter, Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA; and Michael Ramos, Executive Director, Church Council of Greater Seattle (as Facilitator).

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