Angelica Chazaro

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Visiting Professor

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Curriculum Vitae |


Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People Living with HIV, Center for American Progress, May 2014 (Washington, DC)

May Day Congressional Briefing on Immigrants’ Recommendations for Executive Action, Hosted by U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva and the National Day Laborer’s Organizing Network, May 2014 (Washington, DC)

Northwest Detention Center Hunger Strike Causes and Consequences Teach-In, Northwest Detention Center, Apr. 2014 (Tacoma, WA)

Community Lawyering, What Does it Mean and How Can We Do More of It, UW School of Law, Mar. 2014 (Seattle, WA)

Panelist, Being LGBT In the Legal Field (Diversity Week), UW School of Law, Feb. 2014 (Seattle, WA)

The End of Gay Politics, Seattle University, Jan. 2014 (WA)

When Labor Rights Mean Immigrant Rights: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and Immigration Reform,, UW School of Law, Nov. 2013 (Seattle, WA)

LGBT Anti-Violence Work and Movement Infrastructure, Queer Dreams and Non-Profit Blues: Dilemmas of the Nonprofit Tradition in LGBT Politics, Columbia Law School Center for Gender and Sexuality Law, Oct. 2013

The Risks and Rewards of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Comprehensive Immigration Reform Coalition, May 2013 (Wenatchee, WA)

Engaging in Local Struggles against the Prison Industrial Complex, Maroon the Implacable National Book Tour, Apr. 2013 (Seattle, WA)

Reproductive Justice and Immigration Law, UW School of Law, Mar. 2013 (WA)

Racism, the War on Drugs, and the Role of Law Enforcement, Mount Zion Baptist Church, No New Jim Crow Seattle Campaign, Feb. 2013 (Seattle, WA)

What Would You Do with $200,000,000? A Discussion on the New Juvenile Detention Center, Seattle University, Feb. 2013 (WA)

Pinkwashing from Palestine to Puerto Rico: Human Rights and Sexual Freedom as Justifications and Sites of Expansion for Colonization and Control, American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Nov. 2012 (San Juan, PR)

Captive Queers: The Queer Experience Inside and Post Release, University of Puget Sound, Oct. 2012 (Tacoma, WA)

Deferred Action for “Dreamers” and Domestic Violence, Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Oct. 2012

Supporting Undocumented Students, Seattle University Office of Multicultural Affairs, Oct. 2012 (WA)

The Criminalization of Immigration: A discussion on immigration, the private prison industry, and working on the front lines, Seattle University, Sep. 2012 (WA)

Immigration Options for Survivors of Violence, Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Jun. 2012

Local Impact of the Secure Communities Program, City Hall, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, Jun. 2012 (WA)

Immigration Options for Survivors of Sexual Assault, YWCA Seattle, May 2012

The Intersections of Immigration Law and Poverty Law, Seattle University, Mar. 2012

The Role of the Lawyer in Public Interest Movements, Seattle University, The 25th Anniversary of the US v. Hirabayashi Coram Nobis Case, Feb. 2012

Immigration and Economic Justice, Elliott Bay Bookstore, Dec. 2011 (Seattle, WA)

How to Write Effective Declarations for Public Interest Clients, Seattle University, Nov. 2011

Immigration Options for Immigrant Survivors of Violence in the Military, Everett Naval Base, Oct. 2011

Solving Legal and Structural Barriers Faced by Immigrant Abuse Survivors, Seattle University, 3rd Annual Domestic Violence Symposium, Sep. 2011 (Seattle, WA)

Keynote, Legal Foundation of Washington, Goldmark Award Luncheon, Feb. 2010

The Limits of Asylum Law in Protecting Queer and Transgender Immigrants, UW School of Law, Feb. 2010

Last updated 5/5/2014