LA History Museum Panelists Offer Thoughts on Immigration

By March 28, 2018May 2nd, 2018In The News

Los Altos Town Crier: March 28, 2018, by Grace Hase, Staff Writer/

For Ayindé Rudolph, the solution to citizenship for the nearly 12 million undocumented immigrants in the United States is creating pathways.

The Mountain View Whisman School District superintendent was one of four speakers at last week’s Los Altos History Museum-sponsored immigration panel that also included Mary Dutcher, an immigration attorney; William Lambert, Day Worker Center of Mountain View board president; and Angelica, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals representative whose last name is being withheld to protect her identity.

The panelists gave their take on how immigration has affected them and their respective community positions, and solutions they may see to the increasingly fearful political climate that has been exacerbated by recent Immigration Customs Enforcement raids…cont