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Listening Session for the Greensboro Immigrant and Refugee Community

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Greensboro, NC – An Interagency workgroup led by Governor Cooper’s Office of Public Engagement & Inclusion that focuses on the issues of immigrant and refugee communities will host a listening session in Greensboro on Tuesday, June 20th, 2023, from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM, in collaboration with City of Greensboro’s Human Rights Department, the listening session will be at 1502 Barber Park Dr, Greensboro, NC 27401. Spanish Interpretation will be available.

This listening session is designed to bring state government to immigrant and refugee communities and provide an opportunity for them to share their thoughts and concerns directly with representatives from state agencies.

Attendees will also hear from a panel including Chief Eva Millona, of the USCIS D.C. Office of Citizenship, Partnership, & Engagement, Daniel Valdez, the Chief External Affairs Office at Welcoming America, Jodie Stanley, International Services and Language Access Coordinator from the City of Greensboro, and Cristina España, Governor’s Deputy Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Following the panel, after, there will be a listening session with the audience to hear and learn about their perspectives to better serve New Americans.

The Greensboro listening session is the second of five sessions to take place across North Carolina this year with future sessions planned for Asheville (August), Fayetteville (October), and Durham (December).

To register for the event register here .


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