The 2019 Steve Hicks School of Social Work Dean’s Lecture presents
Kathleen Roche, PhD
HOW ANTI-IMMIGRANT RHETORIC AND POLICY-CHANGE MATTER TO HEALTH AND WELLBEING FOR TODAY’S U.S. LATINX ADOLESCENTS
Register here. Free admission. $5 CEU payable at the door.
About the speaker: Kathleen M. Roche, MSW, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Prevention and Community Health at George Washington University’s Milken Institute of Public
Health. In this lecture, Roche will present results from qualitative and survey research indicating how the contemporary immigration environment may be affecting U.S. Latinx adolescents and their parents with diverse residency statuses.