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Black Legal Wellness Forum
Thursday, August 13th

Lacroix Law, PC. presents the Black Legal Wellness Forum, free discussion about how the black community can better navigate legal issues across a variety of areas of law, Thursday, August 13, 2020, with a focus on Immigration Law.

At a time when so many people in this country are taking action and speaking out against the systemic racism that has led to many deaths of black and brown people, Lacroix Law thought about what they could do as a lawyers, to affect change. They realized that police brutality is just one factor of systemic racism. Racism is a power dynamic that affects many aspects of our lives including, but not limited to, how we interact with the law.

As lawyers, their job is to protect their clients from the pitfalls that the complexities of the legal system cause them to fall into. They have decided to put on a forum that addresses this and invites the community for a free discussion about how the black community can better navigate legal issues across a variety of areas of law. This forum is for the black community to better understand the ways in which these systems are not serving them, their rights under different areas of law, and ways that they can better protect and advocate for themselves when interacting with the law. We will have panelists in the areas of immigration, criminal law, estate planning, real estate, copyright/trademark, and employment.

Last month’s Black Legal Wellness Forum touched on a little bit of everything. Panelists discussed the areas of immigration, criminal law, estate planning, real estate, employment, and trademark/copyright as it relates to the black community, creating wealth, protecting wealth and assets, and protecting ourselves in legal matters. They only had a little time and barely touched the surface on black immigrants and the unique experience they have living in both an anti-black and xenophic America.

On Thursday, August 13th they will be expanding the conversation about the black immigrant experience and how the immigrant community can better navigate complications that arise in their immigration case. Racism doesn’t know the difference between Black American or Black Immigrant, and it’s time a discussion is had about the intersections between blackness and immigration status and how immigrants can protect themselves.

Immigration Attorney Miriam D. Lacroix, Esq. appeared on The People Before Politics Radio Show Episode 114 to discuss Donald Trump Executive Order The Immigration Situation in Westchester and across the Nation, Sunday, February 26, 2017.

Come learn, for free, about:

  • Creative pathways to your green card
  • Common misconceptions about the immigration process
  • What to be aware of when hiring an immigration attorney
  • Immigration consequences of criminal charges and convictions
  • Immigration consequences of family law proceedings

To register go to For more information about the Black Legal Wellness Forum on August 13th follow Lacroix Law PC on Instagram and Facebook for updates and material leading up to the forum.

Important note: There is only space for 100 people to attend this event live! Once you register make sure you add it to your calendar and set a reminder. If you cannot make it live a recording will be provided.


About AJ Woodson (2396 Articles)
AJ Woodson is the Editor-In-Chief of Black Westchester and Co-Owner of Urban Soul Media Group, the parent company. AJ is a Father, Brother, Author, Writer, Journalism Fellow, Rapper, Radio Personality, Hip-Hop Historian and A Freelance Journalist whose byline has appeared in several print publications and online sites including The Source, Vibe, the Village Voice, Upscale,,, Rolling Out Newspaper, Spiritual Minded Magazine and several others.
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