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On Today’s “Immigration with Tahmina” radio show – we talk Citizenship Day!!

Tahmina Watson Showcard-color-NFWe are honored to have announce today’s guest Mallori Thompson, Program Associate of Washington New Americans, One America! Mallori will talk about the upcoming Citizenship Day program to be held on April 23rd. This invaluable service to Washingtonians is unmissable for those who need free legal help for applying for US citizenship! Indeed this is a huge help for everyone but especially our Desi 1250am listeners!  Mallori will be on Immigration with Tahmina on Desi 1250 am on Tuesday April 19th at 10am PST ahead of Citizenship Day that will be held this coming weekend on April 23rd.  Thank you to Mallori for taking time out of her busy schedule for joining us!!  Please call into the show if you have questions at 1-844-301-1250.

Mallori Thompson brings to OneAmerica a breadth of experience in and commitment to economic and racial justice, particularly within the immigrant and labor rights movements. She received Mallori Thompson Cropher Master of Social Work from the University of Washington with a concentration in community-centered integrative practice. Previously, Mallori obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology from the University of Redlands in southern California, graduating with honors for her narrative thesis on the transformative process of Peace Corps volunteers. She also spent a semester studying and interning abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she worked with students from low-income communities to learn English in preparation for their university studies.

Before joining OneAmerica, Mallori dedicated herself to workers’ rights as an organizer with Working Washington, a worker-led organization fighting for labor rights and living wages. While obtaining her Master of Social Work, she had the opportunity to work with El Centro de la Raza within the Homeownership Center and support the founding of their lending circles program. She later joined the Statewide Poverty Action Network as a graduate intern, where she worked with the powerful SPEAK (Sharing Personal Experience As Knowledge) program to bring the voices of people experiencing poverty into advocacy in order to transform public discourse and create real policy change in Washington State.

When not working alongside the wonderful OneAmerica team, Mallori enjoys adventuring across Western Washington with her two eccentric dogs and finishing the day with tea and any number of artful hobbies.


Mallori will be on my talk show “Immigration with Tahmina Watson”at 10 am on April 19th on Desi 1250 AM.  You can tune into your radio at 1250 AM or listen online at  Please call into the show if you have questions at 1-844-301-1250. 

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