Immigration and Integration: What is Our Capacity?
Join us for a town hall discussion exploring our community's capacity to welcome, support and empower new citizens. Open to all, this event will provide a platform for a facilitated conversation that seeks to encourage a more active, collaborative and inclusive community. A diverse group of speakers will share their stories and then invite audience members to particiapte in the conversation. Free, but seats are limited. This talk will have a special performance by Deo Mwano and will be moderated by Max Latona, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Saint Anselm College.
FREE but seats are limited.
Cafe and cash bar will be available. Galleries open until 9 PM so be sure to come early or stay after the event to enjoy the related exhibition, We Are For Freedoms.
This program is funded by a Community Project Grant from New Hampshire Humanities.
Image: For Freedoms (Hank Willis Thomas and Emily Shur in collaboration with Eric Gottesman and Wyatt Gallery of For Freedoms), Freedom of Worship, 2018. Archival pigment print, 42 x 52.5 in. (image), edition 5/10. Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH. The Henry Melville Fuller Acquisition Fund, 2018.30