The Racine Interfaith Coalition's Immigration Taskforce has been working on issues of immigration and reform for many years - specifically to educate federal and state leaders as well as community members.
Most recently, the RIC Immigration Taskforce has been working on a driver's card initiative in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin residents need a Social Security Number to get a Drivers License. But undocumented people need to drive – to work, to church, to buy groceries. They need to take their children to the doctor and to do all the things other Wisconsin residents do routinely.
Having insured, well-trained drivers make our roads safer for everyone.
In 2014, the RIC Immigration Taskforce prepared a community Power Point presentation on this issue and to educate groups about the need for immigration reform particularly in Wisconsin.
To schedule a presentation for your church or organization, Please contact:
Linda Boyle S. Joyce Quintana
(262) 488-5245 (262) 639-4100
Immigration Task Force
Meeting - 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM
Racine Interfaith Coalition's
2302A DeKoven Avenue
Racine, WI 53403
Any questions, call
Linda Boyle at 262-488-5245
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