Local Groups Hosts Second Watertown Welcomes Immigrants Forum

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Several local groups will team up to present the second forum called Watertown Welcomes Immigrants.

The group will host a forum with several speakers to speak about issues facing immigrants, sanctuary communities and more at the event on Sunday, June 4 from 2-4 p.m. at First Parish Church, 35 Church St. in Watertown.

The group sent out the following announcement:

Join us for a conversation about protecting our most vulnerable neighbors and how we can help make them safe.


Brian Kyes, Chelsea Police Chief

David Cohen, former Newton Mayor

Paul Donovan, Constitutional Attorney

Elizabeth Goss, Immigration Attorney


Rev. Mike Clark, Belmont-Watertown UMC

The Watertown Welcomes Immigrants coalition includes:

Progressive Watertown, World in Watertown, Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and the Environment, First Parish (Unitarian Universalists), Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal), and Young Democrats for Watertown as well as elected officials and residents.

One thought on “Local Groups Hosts Second Watertown Welcomes Immigrants Forum

  1. There are rumors that there will be a lot of protesters outside taking pictures and video, be strong.

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