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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/29/2014
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Dunham Tavern Museum


“Global Cleveland and You”
You’re invited to a conversation: What does it mean to be a global,
welcoming community?

Cleveland, like other communities across
America, is at a crossroad. While population
decline has changed the demographics of
the city, new and emerging businesses need
talented workers to grow and succeed. Some of
those workers are immigrants and refugees from
around the world who call Cleveland home.
In a community where immigrants are
welcomed, they receive mutual respect and
support. In an unwelcoming community they
can experience social isolation.
Please join the Community Conversation
to discuss how Cleveland can be a more
immigrant-friendly and welcoming city where
all residents—current and new—are embraced
economically, socially and politically

Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
Venue: University Circle Methodist Church
Address: 1919 East 107th Street
RSVP: GLOBALCLEVELAND.ORG/welcoming
Questions: Angela Woodson, 216-472-3282, Angela@globalcleveland.org
Yvonne Pointer, 216-644-4889, YTriplett@city.cleveland.oh.us