immigrants


Hidden Stories, Hidden Voices: Latinx Empowerment after the September 11th Attacks (Smithsonian American History Museum) – VIRTUAL

Join us as members of the New York City Latinx community share their experiences navigating complex immigration policy, worsening health effects, and socioeconomic challenges while serving the city as first responders, volunteers, organizers, and caregivers. This panel will build on the museum’s New York City 9-11 Collecting Initiative to highlight the stories of […]


“Fast, Casual, Ethnic”: Asian Food Beyond Misnomers and Myths (Smithsonian Asian Art Museum) – VIRTUAL

Today, critically acclaimed Asian restaurants, food brands, and other food spaces in the United States are carving new paths forward, transforming both fine and casual dining. These cultural destinations receive both accolades and criticism in equal parts, yet their existence was unimaginable even ten years ago. While past Asian American […]


⭐ Everyday Law: Maryland Family Immigration Law (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Be proactive! Build your legal knowledge with free talks from local lawyers! Everyone is welcome to attend a free and practical presentation on Maryland Family Immigration Law. Everyone is welcome to attend a free and practical presentation on how immigration law affects certain Maryland family law topics, such as marriage-based […]


Career Resources For Skilled Immigrants (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

In this workshop, representatives from Upwardly Global (UpGlo) – an organization focused on helping work-authorized immigrant and refugee professionals re-enter their professional fields in the U.S. Representatives will share information on the organization, resources to help immigrant and refugee professionals and answer questions on how eligible applicants can apply for UpGlo’s free […]


19th Century Baltimore: A City of Immigrants (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

​Baltimore historian and educator Wayne Schaumburg presents an illustrated program focusing on the city’s role as a major port of entry for immigrants during the 1800s. Sponsored by the Friends of the Perry Hall Library. Registration closes one hour before the start of the program. A valid email address is […]


DACA Information Session / Sesión de información de DACA (Montgomery College & MCPS) – VIRTUAL

(English translation below) Invitación a Sesión informativa virtual sobre DACA, el día  Miércoles 14 de Abril a las 7:00 pm. Programa organizado y patrocinado por CASA de Maryland, MCPS y Montgomery College.  Comparta la información!! I nscríbase para participar: (haga click en enlace) Webinar Registration – Zoom Invitation to Information Virtual Session about DACA program, on […]


Making African America: A Symposium On Immigration and The Changing Dynamics of Blackness – Various Sessions/Dates (Smithsonian African American History and Culture Museum) – VIRTUAL

The Making African America symposium brings together scholars, journalists, activists, curators, filmmakers and writers to discuss how immigration has shaped and is continuing to reshape what it means to be black in the United States. Events and registration links listed below. Friday, March 5, 2021 3:30 p.m. EST REGISTER (LINK IS EXTERNAL) Remembering […]


Tyler Stovall, Author of ‘White Freedom’ With James Grossman (Politics & Prose) – VIRTUAL

The era of the Enlightenment, which gave rise to our modern conceptions of freedom and democracy, was also the height of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. America, a nation founded on the principle of liberty, is also a nation built on African slavery, Native American genocide, and systematic racial discrimination. White […]