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Updates from the Network
Elizabeth Camilo of Centro Romero in Chicago,
Victor Bugandwa, Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio in Cincinnati, Ohio
Genesis Flores of the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island
Joelle Truax of Catholic Family Center in Rochester, New York
Marjorie Sellers of Christian Immigration Advocacy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sister Elizabeth Crean of Paralegal Immigration Advocacy in Longwood, FL
Christian Immigration Advocacy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Paralegal Immigration Advocacy in Longwood, FL
OVW Partial Accreditation
Esmeralda Leon of the YWCA Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, California
Family Resource Center of Truckee, California
Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc in San Francisco, California
YMCA of Greater Houston’s International Services in Houston, Texas
CLINIC’s Center for Immigrant Integration learns more about how the city of Dallas is using the “golden rule” for integration efforts in their community. June was Immigrant Heritage Month. Share with us on Twitter or Facebook how you celebrate diversity?
By Laura Nino
Evoking the “golden rule,” the Catholic and business communities in Dallas have come together in a new campaign that encourages neighbors of all backgrounds to embrace one another and ‘walk in each other’s shoes.’
We update our new learning calendar as soon as new events are announced. Bookmark it and check back periodically to find a wide variety of integration-focused events being hosted around the nation. Coming up in August: Newcomers in your school hosted by Cal Solutions in Washington, D.C.
Outside Events, Webinars and Resources
Check out this toolkit by The New Americans Campaign to learn how you can celebrate and support immigrants throughout the remainder of 2018.
The Presentation Lantern Center was recently featured on ABC 9 KCRG due to their work with immigrants. With 70 volunteers assisting their staff of three, the center has assisted more than 1,000 individuals learn English and prepare for the citizenship test. A seasoned volunteer said that all of her students are hardworking and determined to fit into the community, which makes her work rewarding.