Truth and Consequences on the Mexico-United States Border: Craig Shagin

craig_shaginThe Rothko Chapel is delighted to bring a distinguished roster of outstanding intellectuals, poets, musicians, and journalists to speak and perform during its 2009-2010 season of public programs. All programs are free and open to the public.

The Rothko Chapel presents Truth and Consequences on the Mexico-United States Border: Protecting the Innocents in the Mexican Drug Wars ? A Series Examining Issues Critical to Human Rights and Environment. Thursday, October 8, Craig Shagin, (pictured) Immigration Attorney, Harrisburg, PA will speak.

Craig Shagin, a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, is in private practice in Pennsylvania, where his firm is active in immigration law, representing clients in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New York. His current work focuses on providing meaningful protection to victims of the Mexican Drug Wars. Previously, he was Chief Counsel of Pennsylvania?s Department of Commerce, later the Department of Commerce and Economic Development.


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