Please join the Refugee Asylum Support Project (RASP) and OutLaw for a presentation about LGBT refugees and asylees in the Unites States. RASP members will share research on conditions facing LGBT refugees and asylees whom RASP has helped, and will lead a discussion about the connections between LGBT rights, human rights, ethics, and how to achieve refuge or asylum in the United States. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please contact Erica Kassman at email@example.com.
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