$15 gets you all you can eat BBQ. Family friendly event!
Refugee Services of Texas Presents: A screening of The Long Night, followed by a panel discussion with survivors of trafficking and experts.
Our goal with this event is to create a transformative learning experience for the refugee community in Tarrant County. We aim to bring together as many community partners as possible so that refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers, and more can visit one location to receive resources and education.
This year’s Conference will examine the professional opportunities presented by immigration. Providing medical care, legal representation, and a spiritual home for documented and undocumented immigrants alike – many seeking asylum from intolerable conditions in their home countries – presents unique challenges and rewards.
Join IDEA Alumni in attending a timely presentation exploring how immigration past and present helps us understand its future presented by UTSA Professor and Director of Policy Studies Center, Roger Enriquez.
You are invited to join us for this two-hour seminar where Dr. Edward T. Rincón will discuss key findings from research studies that we recently conducted using GIS and federal information sources. The seminar is free and open to the public.
The Junior World Affairs Council invites you to attend a free public talk on the journey of the refugee. Panelists have first-hand knowledge of the experiences of refugees around the world. The event is free and open to anyone interested in refugees, human geography, and global awareness.