22. February 2019 - 12:00 till 17:00
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HRPLJ Symposium - Immigration Detention: The Process, the Profiteers, and the Resistance | 200 McAllister St | Friday, 22. February 2019

“Immigration Detention: The Process, The Profiteers, and the Resistance” highlights how the immigration system is evolving to mirror the criminal justice system. The symposium will focus on how procedural and technological changes have impacted the detention process, including how technologies like digital shackles perpetuate the marginalization of people beyond physical space.
The symposium will feature a keynote speaker and a speaker panel, followed by a workshop.

Dana Marks, Immigration Judge (San Francisco Immigration Court) and President Emeritus of the National Association of Immigration Judges 
Annick Persinger, Partner at Tycko and Zavareei and Counsel on the Immigrant GPS Ankle Monitor Class Action Lawsuit
Angela Chan, Policy Director and Senior Staff Attorney for the Criminal Justice Reform Program, Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus 
Workshop on Bystander Intervention and Dealing with FBI & Law Enforcement by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) - San Francisco Bay Area Chapter)