I am excited to announce that my guest this week will be Enoka Herat from the ACLU of Washington! She will talk about immigration and law enforcement, welcoming city policies and much much more! We will be live on air on Desi1250am and live on Facebook simultaneously on Tuesday June 20th 2017 at 10am PST!
Enoka Herat is the Police Practices and Immigration Counsel for the ACLU of Washington, where she pushes Washington to live up to its promise of being a welcoming state for immigrants. She previously worked at the Washington Defender Association’s Immigration Project where she supported public defenders in navigating the immigration consequences of criminal offenses. She graduated from the UW Law School in 2010, where she was co-president of the Immigrant Family Advocacy Project, a member of the Innocence Project clinic, and an editor on the Washington Law Review. After law school, Enoka served as a judicial law clerk at the Seattle Immigration Court for two years through the DOJ’s Honors Program. She is a former president of the South Asian Bar Association of Washington and is currently on the board of OneAmerica. Enoka is the child of Sri Lankan immigrants and lives in Beacon Hill with her husband and two children.
Enoka will be on my talk show “Tahmina Talks Immigration” at 10am PST on Tuesday June 20th on Desi 1250am. The interview will broadcast simultaneously on Facebook Live. You can watch the interview on Tahmina Talks Immigration Radio Show Facebook Page . If you have questions, you are welcome to email me in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to call into the show at 1-844-301-1250!
A huge thank you to Enoka Herat for taking time out of her busy schedule for joining me to talk Immigration and discuss really important issues of the moment!