This page includes information about events planned and hosted by GIRN members, with the most recent events listed first. Please click on the event title to find out more information about the particular event.
March 11: Community Engagement in Action: Green Card Youth Voices Atlanta. On Monday, March 11, 2019, at 5:00 PM, in Sturgis Library room 101, join us for "Community Engagement in Action: Green Card Youth Voices Atlanta" featuring special guest Dr. Tea Rozman Clark (Executive Director of Green Card Voices) and a discussion with young immigrant authors, KSU student editors, and KSU faculty members: Dr. Lara Smith-Sitton (English), Dr. Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez (Social Work and Human Services), and Dr. Paul N. McDaniel (Geography and Anthropology).
June 18: Voices of Refugees event at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. At this event, in honor of World Refugee Day, four student authors from Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School - originally from Myanmar, Nepal, Rwanda and Afghanistan - read their personal essays, followed by an interview with Rev. Jesse Jackson and a panel discussion with local area refugee service providers.
May 13: Book launch event for Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School, at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta.
May 4: The Spring 2018 Georgia Immigration Research Network (GIRN) meeting will take place at Kennesaw State University (Marietta Campus).
April 20: Panel discussion about Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School at the Atlanta Studies Symposium at Emory University.
March 2: Civic Engagement Academy.