Separated Migrant Families Presentation with Attorney Peter Holman at St. Barnabas Norwich, February 8
NORWICH, VT – On Friday, February 8 at 5:30 p.m., St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at 262 Main Street will be the location of an exciting community potluck and discussion. The theme of the evening will be “Rights of Children,” and the guest speaker will be Attorney Peter Holman with the law firm Ropes & Gray. Holman advocates for families that have been separated at the Texas-Mexico border and will be leading a discussion about advocacy for immigrant children seeking legal status. All are welcome.
St. Barnabas will present the “Rights of Children” community potluck and discussion in collaboration with the Arts à la Carte program of the Children’s Art Studio of Norwich. Holman has a personal connection with the Studio as the father of a young artist there. “Rights of Children” is part of the Studio’s “Sharing our Stories” series for parents and art families.
“Rights of Children” will take place in the St. Barnabas Parish Hall, which is located just behind the church. Sharing of the potluck meal will follow the discussion.
To learn more about Holman, check out this 2018 feature in the Valley News. For more information about the “Rights of Children” community potluck and discussion, contact St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at (802) 649-1923.
Featured image of Attorney Peter Holman from https://www.ropesgray.com/en/biographies/h/peter-p-holman