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Distinguished Speakers Series on Immigration Issues

* * Video footage of these events available.

Monday, October 30, 2006 - What impact would legalization of undocumented immigrants, as contemplated by the Senate-passed immigration reform legislation, have on NYC? >>

December 7, 2006 - Should Non-Citizens Be Permitted to Vote? >>

 

 

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CUNY/New York Times Knowledge Network
Distinguished Speakers Series on Immigration Issues
Monday, October 30, 2006 at The New York Times

Full event video footage:

What impact would legalization of undocumented immigrants, as contemplated by the Senate-passed immigration reform legislation, have on NYC?

[ Real Audio/Video file, you most use Real Player to view it. Download Free Real Player. ]

Event video footage by speaker:

  1. Jay Hershenson

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  2. Scott Heekin-Canedy

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  3. Kim Jasmin

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  4. Rosemary Markowsky

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  5. Richard Lieberman

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  6. Allan Wernick

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  7. Sam Roberts

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  8. Nancy Foner

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  9. Gail Mellow

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  10. Panel Discussion

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Welcome and Opening Remarks

Jay Hershenson, Senior Vice Chancellor and Secretary of the Board of Trustees, CUNY

Scott H. Heekin-Canedy, President and General Manager, The New York Times

Kim Jasmin, Vice President and North East Community Relations Manager, JPMorgan Chase

Rosemary Markowski, Director of Institutional Client Services, TIAA-CREF

Gail O. Mellow, President, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY

Richard K. Lieberman, Director, LaGuardia and Wagner Archives, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY


Moderator: Professor Allan Wernick, Chair, CUNY Citizenship and Immigration Project

Speakers:

Distinguished Professor Nancy Foner, Hunter College
One of CUNY's top sociologists studying and writing on immigration in NYC, Foner will provide historical perspective on immigrants' social and economic impact upon the City.

Sam Roberts
As Urban Affairs correspondent at The New York Times, Roberts' will bring to the program his understanding of the recent demographic changes in New York City and the interplay of forces that affect those changes.



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CUNY/New York Times Knowledge Network
Distinguished Speakers Series on Immigration Issues
December 7, 2006 at The New York Times

Full event video footage:

Should Non-Citizens Be Permitted to Vote?

[ Real Audio/Video file, you most use Real Player to view it. Download Free Real Player. ]

Event video footage by speaker:

  1. Allan Wernick

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  2. Yasmin Namini

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  3. Dr Garrie Moore

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  4. Rosemary Markowski

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  5. Dr. Levine

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  6. Dr. Mollenkopf

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  7. Ron Hayduk

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  8. Stanley Renshon

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  9.  Panel Discussion

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Welcome and Opening Remarks

Allan Wernick, Chair, CUNY Citizenship and Immigration Project

Yasmin Namini, Senior Vice President, Circulation, The New York Times

Garrie Moore, Vice Chancellor for Student Development, CUNY

Rosemary Markowski, Director of Institutional Client Services, TIAA-CREF

Steven A. Levine, Education Director, LaGuardia and Wagner Archives, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY



Speakers:

Allan Wernick, Chair, CUNY Citizenship and Immigration Project

Ron Hayduk, Associate Professor, Social Sciences, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY

John Mollenkopf, Distinguished Professor, Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center

Stanely Renshon, Professor, Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center.



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