Green Card Youth Voices: A Special Event Thursday evening, October 21.

This Thursday, Oct 20, from 6:45 – 8:45 p.m., three young people, all immigrants and “Green Card Youth” in Minnesota, will share experiences and perspectives on living in the United States.
The program is free and open to the public, at Plymouth Congregational Church, (Jackman Room), 1900 Nicollet Avenue S (between LaSalle and Nicollet at Franklin Ave). Directions here.
The three students:
Fosiya Hussein (Somalia)
Luis Angel Santos Henriquez (El Salvador)
Wendy St. Felix (Haiti)
Central to the conversation will be the new book, Green Card Youth Voices.
Moderator is Tea Rozman-Clark, a 2015 Archibald Bush Fellow and founder of Green Card Voices.
This will be a very interesting program with opportunity for dialogue about a most important topic in contemporary United States conversation.
Young people are not only stewards of their own futures, but of our future, and the future of our planet.
Here is a great opportunity to hear their voices. Don’t miss this chance to interact with these young people from diverse places.
Take the time to participate this Thursday.
Third Thursday is a regular program of Citizens for Global Solutions MN bringing perspectives on contemporary issues. You can see more about Third Thursday and Citizens for Global Solutions MN, here.

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