Flint, MI May 16, 2018: Flint Water Crisis: Invisible Immigrants

Hosted by Arab American Heritage Council

Flint Water Crisis: Invisible Immigrants

1026 E Kearsley Street, Flint Public Library, 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Please join Arab American Heritage Council (AAHC), City of Flint, Genesee County Hispanic Latino Collaborative (GCHLC), and International Center of Greater Flint (ICGF) for a townhall hearing and panel discussion on the impact of the Flint Water Crisis on immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

5:30PM Light Refreshments
6:00PM Program Start

This 2-hour event will provide knowledge and awareness for community members, non-profits, local community leaders, and those actively working in water relief services. Panelists will be presenting research on immigration populations as well as the challenges faced in the local and national level due to status in the United States. Experts, researchers, and activists have been invited to join immigrant Flint residents in discussions centering inaccessibility of resources, language barriers, and many more.

Panelists: (COMING SOON)

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