EASTON — Concern for undocumented immigrants who may be detained by immigration enforcement officials has prompted Talbot Countians to take action and establish an emergency fund to help detainees and their families.
Two ad hoc groups, Concerned Citizens of Easton (CCE) and the Bay Hundred Citizens for Social Justice (BHCSJ), met recently with Matthew Peters, director of the Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center (CMRC) in Easton, to discuss how they could help.
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The result of their recent meetings was to initiate a GoFundMe contributions site, administered by CMRC.
“After meeting with both groups, they felt most comfortable starting an emergency fund to help families that find themselves affected by immigration enforcement,” Peters said.
“Many individual families have
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