Immigrant Storytelling Workshop-July 9

June 30, 2020

Online Workshop

The Immigrant Learning Center and Re-imagining Migration present:


July 8 and 9, 12:00 to 3:00 pm EDT

Immigrant Storytelling Workshop, with panelists including CSFilm director Michael Sheridan:

July 9, 12-1:40 pm EDT


How do you support your foreign-born students particularly during times of crisis? Join the Immigrant Learning Center’s Public Education Institute and Re-imagining Migration for a free online workshop.

Learn how to support immigrant students and their communities, understand the impact of anti-immigrant policy, and center the immigrant voice across subject areas.

This online workshop is open to K-12 and adult educators, librarians, administrators, volunteers, community leaders and the public. Certificates of completion are available by request. It is free-of-charge, but you must register to participate.

Click here to learn more:

Contact Ariana Moir with any questions: (781) 322-9777

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