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  • Feb 21, 2019: Updates on requesting technical assistance
    Feb 21, 2019: As of Feb. 1, all technical assistance requests must be submitted through our Ask the Experts page on the CLINIC website.
  • Jan 29, 2019: Creating a More Inclusive Rural Nebraska
    Jan 29, 2019: Immigrant Legal Center, an affiliate of the Justice For Our Neighbors network, joins the Rural Community Inclusion Partnership to over come barriers immigrants and the underrepresented face  in rural parts of Nebraska.
  • Dec 21, 2018: A New Tradition of Sharing and Surrendering
    Dec 21, 2018: Neighboring community institutions, St. Louis King of France Catholic Church and Purple Sage Elementary School in Austin, Texas, both put on Las Posadas Navideñas celebrations to bring all members of their community together.
  • Dec 21, 2018: The Immigrant Origins of Christmas
    Dec 21, 2018: Many of the traditions that we typically associate with Christmas have their origins in other countries. Immigrants, eager to celebrate a familiar and important holiday in their new home, shared their customs with neighbors who adopted them and added their own. Here are a few examples of beloved Christmas traditions integration has given us.
  • Dec 21, 2018: RIS Welcomes a New Attorney- Elnora Bassey
    Dec 21, 2018: Get to know our newest RIS attorney, Elnora Bassey. She is a second generation immigrant and our resident Jersey girl.
  • Dec 3, 2018: New CLINIC executive director brings deep experience in immigration law and policy
    Dec 3, 2018: Anna Marie Gallagher will join CLINIC as executive director effective Feb. 1, 2019. Gallagher’s selection was announced on Nov. 27 by Bishop Kevin J. Vann, chairman of CLINIC’s board of directors and head of the Diocese of Orange in California.
  • Nov 20, 2018: The Immigrant Origins of Thanksgiving
    Nov 20, 2018: Not all of the food on our tables today was eaten at the first Thanksgiving. Many traditional American dishes have been shaped by immigrant contributions over the years. Here are just of the few of the reasons we should thank other cultures for our delicious meals.
  • Nov 1, 2018: Maryland nonprofit uses workforce and vocational training to promote integration
    Nov 1, 2018: CASA de Maryland partners with community colleges and local government to enhance vocational skills for individuals as they integrate into the community.

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