San Francisco: One City Standing Together
Join the ACLU of Northern CA and sf.citi for an informational panel with legal scholars and San Francisco's tech sector to discuss the issues surrounding recent immigration restrictions and ways in which our communities can move forward together. The event will be held at the LinkedIn Corporation.
Enjoy drinks on us and discuss how tech can stand together to support immigrants. Featured will be Helena Price's latest project Banned, a photo and video series of tech workers who have been affected by the immigration ban. The photos include employees from Facebook, Google, Pinterest and other companies.
222 2nd Street
San Francisco, CA
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the panel will begin at 6 p.m.
The Post-Inauguration Immigration Landscape
- Julia Harumi Mass, ACLU of Northern CA Senior Staff Attorney
Panel conversation exploring the tech community's response to recent executive orders
- Abdi Soltani, ACLU of Northern CA Executive Director
- John Geschke, Senior Vice President, Zendesk
- Stephanie King, General Counsel, AdRoll, Inc.
- Alejandra Zapatero, Managing Attorney, Erickson Immigration Group
*Additional panelists to be confirmed.
Following the panel conversation, the audience will have an opportunity to ask questions to panelists and ACLU experts.
The One City Forum engages sf.citi members and community leaders to convene and discuss issues important to San Franciscans, including affordability, homelessness, and education. Through these regular events, we bring leaders from across sectors to share best practices, ideas, and solutions.