Invitation to Take Survey on Immigration Forum

The Equal Justice Society, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Latino Issues Forum, Greenlining Institute and Centro Legal de la Raza would like to once again thank the participants for their interest in our July 31 panel, “Immigration and the Black Community: Conflict of Common Interest?” held at the Oakland Museum.

If you did not get a chance to attend, or would like to review the panel discussion, a link to the audio recording can be found on the KALW website at

EJS and our partner organizations were enthusiastic to see so many people excited and engaged in this very important topic. While we’re fortunate that there was an opportunity to have the initial topics discussed, we know that there is still much to be learned and discussed, as well as much more work to be done. To help our partnering organizations and us do this, we’re asking you to take part in an anonymous survey. We encourage candid responses and feedback.

This survey was designed to take approximately five minutes and consists mostly of multiple-choice questions. Should you choose to provide detailed answers for the questions soliciting narrative responses, it may take up to 10 minutes.


We are committed to sharing the feedback we receive with our event partners and other racial justice advocates interested in such critical information. Your participation in this survey will serve to enrich future activities.

If you have any additional feedback you wish to share that is not effectively solicited in this survey, please email us at

Finally, our work at EJS is made possible in part through the support of individuals like you. Please consider joining us as a member or making a donation of any amount.

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