Welcoming Immigrants

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Welcome Dayton plan honored by US Mayors

An AFSC-backed plan to bolster a city's economy and cultural life by drawing upon the strengths of immigrants and refugees has won praise from mayors throughout the nation.

Dinner and some movies!

Friday, December 9, 2011 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Join Friends from across Greensboro for an engaging, educational and fun evening. Share a potluck meal.

View several short films produced by immigrants and refugees, learn more about AFSC's work with immigrants, and share your ideas for how to make our community more welcoming.

The films are a powerful and inspiring way to hear immigrant stories in their own voices.

 

Bring a dish if you are able!

Welcome to Shelbyville film screening

Monday, October 18, 2010 - 6:00pm

Welcoming Colorado Prompts Community Discussion through Preview of New Film

Aurora, Colorado – At a time when many U.S. communities are exploding with tension around immigration and religion, grassroots and faith leaders in a southeastern Tennessee community are about to tell a different story. Welcome to Shelbyville, a new documentary about how residents in their town have worked to understand, challenge, and accept new immigrants, will be the focus of a community screening and dialogue. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Free admission and refreshments.

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