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Meet Our New Program Officer, Anthony Ng and Join Us for the Immigration Summit (June 1 – 2)

Anthony Ng

Meet Anthony Ng, Our New Program Officer

Anthony Ng (he/they) is a long-time advocate for immigrant rights stemming from his lived experience as one of 800,000 people eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. His background in community organizing and dedication to social justice brought him to the Weingart Foundation as a participant of the first cohort of the John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows, a Weingart program that strengthens racial justice leaders and the movement building infrastructure in our region.

We are excited to see Anthony continue this work in social justice as our new program officer for special projects and communication, where he focuses on our areas of special interest including immigrant/refugee integration and rights, housing justice, and strengthening nonprofit effectiveness.

Learn more about Anthony Ng, in this video interview with Program Director Vera de Vera.

Join us for the 2022 Immigration Summit (June 1-2) at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

The Weingart Foundation is proud to sponsor the 2022 Immigration Summit, an in-person summit featuring bold campaigns that are building immigrant power, visionaries looking at the future of immigrant justice and new data on the state of immigrants in LA. The conference is co-sponsored by the California Community Foundation, Immigrants Are LA, and USC Dornsife Equity Research Institute.

Register today!

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