We Are Seattle: Stories from Families, Immigrants, Refugees & the Agencies that Serve Them
Tuesday, February 16, 2016, 5:30 pm PST - 7:30 pm PST
What is it like to be an immigrant or refugee in Seattle? How do we address their needs and celebrate their strengths? How have world events and national politics impacted our communities? Join us to share your perspective, hear from our panel, and explore images of Seattle’s changing populations.
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Neighborhood House is one of the Puget Sound regions’ oldest social service agencies. Established in 1906 as Settlement House for Jewish immigrants, Neighborhood House has evolved overtime to serve generations of Seattle and King County immigrant, refugee and low-income residents. Find out more about the services provided by Neighborhood House here!
Want to learn more about the Jewish roots of Neighborhood House? Check out this digital project by Jewish Studies students Katherine Stoner and Sandra Barnes to find out how it’s vision and intentions impacted the newly arrived Jewish Immigrant population.