An Open Statement to Members of the ZERO TO THREE Community Regarding the Arizona Immigration Law and Our National Training Institute in Phoenix

September 2010
Zero to Three;Sep2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p37
Academic Journal
The article presents a statement by the nonprofit organization ZERO TO THREE on immigration law in Arizona and the National Training Institute (NTI) conference to be held in Phoenix from December 8 to 11, 2010. The organization expresses concern about the law's adverse impact on infants, toddlers and their families. It believes that the law promotes actions that discriminate minority families and communities which could affect the emotional health and well-being of young children. ZERO TO THREE has decided to continue to hold the conference in Phoenix.


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